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1969 MIDLANDER 

MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY 
VOLUME XX 

EDITOR • LYNN SMALL /BUSINESS MANAGER • CHERYL BIBLE 



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Academics 


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Campus Life 


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Beauties 


125 


Honorarles 


139 


Greeks 


179 


Athletics 


203 


Organizations 


241 


Advertising 


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ADMINISTRATIVELY — under the helm of a new president, new 

Ideas, new plans 

PHYSICALLY — possessing a greatly expanded, and still 

expanding, physical plant 

ACADEMICALLY — upward bound, emphasizing both academic and 

non-academic learning, learning about subjects and 

learning about people 

CREATIVELY — outstanding, guiding and encouraging the 

development of talents, demanding the best, and for the 

most part, getting it 





ENCOURAGING total participation in the life 
of the University, in sports, student government, 
clubs, or whatever, realizing that the truly 
well-rounded citizen must be involved in more 
than one area 
FULL of people — students, 
instructors, administrative personnel, friendly, 
understanding, interested, enthusiastic, with a 
unique spirit born of a myriad of interests, 
backgrounds and personalities, all combining to 
form one entity, MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
STATE UNIVERSITY. 













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Dr. M. G. Scarlett and his family: Jon Barry, Nancy, David, 
and Mrs. Scarlett. 




MTSU WELCOME 
AS NEW HEAD 



Dr. and Mrs. Scarlett were welcomed early in the Fall by 
members of the ASB at a reception held in their honor. 




S DR. M. G. SCARLETT 

Along with Fall, October brought to MTSU an 
enthusiastic, Pennsylvania-born yankee to occupy 
the position of University President vacated by Dr. 
Quill E. Cope last summer. From the first. Dr. Scar- 
lett indicated that he was impressed with the Uni- 
versity- — and the University returned this feeling for 
the man who so ably has assumed the gigantic task 
of acquainting himself with all aspects of Middle 
Tennessee State University. 

A native of Reading, Pennsylvania, Dr. Scarlett 
received his undergraduate degree at Catawba 
College, his M.A. at the University of Florida, and 
his doctorate at Oklahoma State University. Im- 
mediately prior to his appointment at MTSU, Dr. 
Scarlett served as interim Chancellor of Farmington 
State College, Maine's University system. 

The soft-spoken President summed up his plans 
for MTSU in the concluding words of his address to 
the University' faculty early In October. "I think 
that Middle Tennessee State University is a good, 
young university. I hope that we are going to be- 
come an outstanding university." For its growth, it 
is to be hoped that the university will dedicate it- 
self to meeting the needs of its students, aiming at 
the development of a "climate of excellence" In all 
areas of university life. 

At present Dr. Scarlett is concerned mainly with 
adjusting to the campus and the community, as 
hopefully they are adjusting to him. With the pres- 
ent as an indication, it seems likely that all will go 
well In the future. 



Coach "Bubber" Murphy and Dr. Scarlett welcome another 
Yankee to the Southland: new head fdotbali coach Don Fuoss 
of Purdue. 



NEW PRESIDENT, 




NEV\f IDEAS: DEAN 
FOR THE FUTURE 



S GEAR 




DR. H.CLAY TUCKER 

Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences 



DR. ROBERT ADEN 

Dean of the Graduate School 



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Top Row, Left: Sam McLean, Assistant Dean of Men; Mary 
Jane Levi, Assistant Dean of Wonnen. Middle: Susan Westlake, 
School Nurse; Robert Hackman, University Physician. RigSt: Jim- 
my Jackson, Business Manager. Second Row, Left: Sam Walden, 
Manager of Computer Center; Dr. Paul hHutcheson, Director 
of Computer Center. Middle: Alma Bass, Student Union Build- 
ing hlostess. Right: Mattie Lee Gracy, University Center 
Hostess. Third Row, Left: Harold Jewell, Supt. of Buildings and 
Grounds: Charles Pigg, Assistant Superintendent of Plant Plan- 
ning. Middle: John Marshall, Librarian. Right: Dean Hess, As- 
sistant Dean of Men; Robert Lee, Assistant Director of 
Admissions. Bottonfi Row, Left: Dr. James Covington, Assistant 
Director of Guidance and Testing; Dr. James Martin, Director 
of Guidance and Testing. Middle: Austin Parker, Internal 
Auditor. Right: Dallas Biggers, Director of University Center. 




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Top, Lef+: Kelley Dement; Charles Phillips, Bookstore Manager; and 
Allen Connell. Middle: Val Smith, Cafeteria Manager. Right: Gene 
Sloan and Robert Brooks, Public Relations. Second Row, Left: John 
Hood, Development; Martha Turner, Placement; Robert Abernathy, 
Field Services; Dr. Belt Keathley, Student Aid; James Gist, Business. 
Right Top: James Booth, Print Shop. Right Bottom: Mary Taylor, 
Postmistress. Row Three, Left: Dr. hlomer Pittard, Alumni Relations. 
Middle: R. N. Martin, Business; Sam Smith, Personnel. Right: Joe 
Rich and Hixson Pugh, Purchasing. 



ADMINISTRATION 




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Mrs. Margaret Wright and some of her talented Sacred Harp Singers 
at the Tennessee Fol^ Festival in Johnson City. 




Mr. hiorace Beasley coaches a future member of MTSU's superb 
Band of Blue. 



SCHOOL OF ARTS 
AND SCIENCES 

Few students escape the School of Arts and Sciences 
on their trip through college. Enconnpassing the disci- 
plines of science, languages, social sciences, mathe- 
matics, and speech and theatre, the school offers 
courses for basic study as well as being preparatory 
for a teaching career in one of its fields. Under the 
able head of Dr. Clay Tucker, the school has grown con- 
siderably over the past few years; a special example of 
this is the growth of the once almost non-existent 
Bachelor of Arts program. 



Mr. VanderWeg ponders an art problem. P 

The eternity of these freshman themes . . . 

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Secretarial students learn the ins and outs of every type of business machine. 




Through much trial and error, photography stu- 
dents become aware of the proper procedures 
for arriving at good prints. 




Captain Gorman guides Military Science students through the problems of the army. 

SCHOOL OF 
BUSINESS 

AND INDUSTRY 

MTSU's School of Business and Industry amply prepares 
a student to take his place in the business world. The cur- 
riculum is such that the business graduate more than meets 
the basic requirements for a person seeking employment 
in the fields of business and industry. The school's course of 
study encompasses the areas of accounting, agriculture, 
business administration, business education, economics, in- 
dustrial arts, and military science. 



Mr, Chance is quick to aid students when problems arise. \j 




SCHOOL OF 

EDUCATION 



The School of Education Is charged with the Im- 
portant task of preparing Tennessee's teachers. Al- 
though It touches all departments on campus 
through Its secondary education minor program, 
the school itself offers courses designed to acquaint 
the future teacher with the profession of teaching 
from the inside, and, perhaps, It serves to warn 
these future guiders of youth of some of the prob- 
lems they are letting themselves In for. In addition 
to placing practice teachers in area schools, the 
university operates a campus school, under the di- 
rection of the Department of Education, which 
serves as a valuable laboratory for MTSU education 
students. 



Dr. Sakas utilizes discussion period for probing education problems. 



Lynn Brown and a small friend in the MTSU Campus School. 




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Front Row: William Bowers, Floyd Schwarck, Thomas Hop- 
kins, Fred Fugitt, Bobby Freeman, Dan Allen Covingfon. 
Second Row: Jefferson B. Davis, Alice Washingfon, Yingsakdi 
Poonpernaub, Martha Sutton, Anita Faye Johnson, Lios Wil- 
son. Third Row: Philip Howard, Gary Meislohn, Richard L 




Upchurch, Patrick Langdon, Harry Drivas, Jasper Thurman, 
Bahman Sohrabi. Fourth Row: Katherine Rogers West, James 
Michael O'Bryan, Charles Perry, Tony Carmen, John Evans, 
Billy Strawn. 



SCHOOL OF 

GRADUATE 

STUDIES 



MTSU's School of Graduate Studies is a rela- 
tively new addition to the university curriculum; 
but, it is a rapidly expanding one. Offering gradu- 
ate work in mathematics, health and physical edu- 
cation, history, and English, the school has added a 
new aspect to the university. Graduate students 
who work as departmental assistants are a familiar 
sight on campus. Students who are employed and 
who live in the area are able to return for an ad- 
vanced degree, as are those whose family duties 
leave them with some "leisure" time. This school 
evidences the overall concern of the university for 
a better informed, better educated populace. 



Elmo Hamner is just one of the many graduate students who 
both teach and attend classes. 



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DR. C. MORRIS BRANDON 
Art 



DR. ROBERT ALEXANDER 

Agriculture 



DR. HERSCHEL ASELTINE 
Sociology 



DR. E. B. BALDWIN 
Geography 



DEPARTMENT 
HEADS 




DR. RICHARD C. PECK 
Language 



DR. WILLARD A. KERR 
Psychology 



DR. LARRY LOWE 
Speech and Theatre 









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DR. ESTELLA POMROY 
hHome Economics 

DR. 
IncJL 


E. S. VOORHIES 
strial Arts 




COL. VERN W. REAUGH 
Military Science 



DR. RALPH WHITE 
Education 





DR. FRANCIS RIEL DR. HAROLD S. SPRAKER 
Health, Physical Education, Mathematics 

and Recreation 



MR. NEIL WRIGHT 
Music 



DR. J. ELDER WISER 
Physical Science 




GOVERNOR 
BUFORD ELLINGTON 



TENNESSEE STATE 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 



Seated: Edward L. Jennings, Mrs. Sam Wilson, J. H. Warf, 
Chairman; Mrs. B. A. McDermott, T. M. Divine. Standing: J. 
Frank Taylor, Edwin H. Kennedy, James Williams, Dale 



Glover, Ernest C. Ball, D. M. Spotwood, James H. Jones, Jr. 
and F. Thornton Strang. 




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CLASSES 




SENIO 
OFFICI 



R CLASS 




ELLEN MARTIN 
Secretary 




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BETTYE SIMS 
Treasurer 



JIM FOLK 
Vice-President 



J. B. BAKER 
Sergeant-At-Arms 





BILLY JOE WILEY 
President 



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GEORGE ADAIR 

Murfreesboro 
JOYCE KESNER ADAMS 

Shelbyville 
ANNE ADAMS 

Columbia 
DOTTIE ADAMS 

Murfreesboro 
JERRY ADAMS 

Lewisburg 



RAYMOND ADAMS 

Chattanooga 
ERNIE ADCOCK 

Georgia 
JOAN ADCOCK 

Murfreesboro 
ANN AKIN 

Nashville 
JULIE ALEXANDER 

Franklin 



FRANCES ALLEN 

Jasper 
BILL ALLEY 

Nashville 
LARRY ALLEN 

Gallatin 
JANE AMBURGER 

Concord 
JUDY AMONETTE 

McMlnnvllle 



JOE ANDERSON 

Nashville 
RICHARD M. ANDERSON 

Murfreesboro 
JANE ANDREWS 

Lebanon 
BETTY ARNOLD 

Murfreesboro 
DEBORAH ARNOLD 

Manchester 



JAMES ARNOLD 

Lebanon 
JUDITH ARNOLD 

Christiana 
RICHARD ARNOLD 

Wartrace 
BILLIE ASLINGER 

Sale Creek 
VIRGIL ATCHLEY 

Chattanooga 



MIKE AUSTIN 

Hixson 
TOMMY AUSTIN 

Dunlap 
PAUL AYDELOTT 

Centervllle 
DANNY BACKHERMS 

Indiana 
DAVID BAGGOTT 

Nashville 



JOHN M. BAILEY 

Nashville 
ROBERT M. BAILEY 

Whitwell 
MARY G. BAINES 

Lebanon 
JANICE BAKER 

Murfreesboro 
JULIAN BAKER 

Madison 



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SENIORS 



ROY E. BALES 

Murfreesboro 
JOHN BARKER 

Murfreesboro 
SUE BIBLE BARKER 

Murfreesboro 
RICHARD M. BARKKUME 

New Jersey 



BETTY ANN BARNES 

Florida 
BEVERLY BARNES 

Shelbyville 
CARL BARNES 

Nashville 
JANET BARNES 

Woodbury 



KAREN BARNES 

Murfreesboro 
SUSAN BARNES 

Murfreesboro 
GARRETT BARNETT 

Waynesboro 
ELAINE BARNHILL 

Murfreesboro 
BRENDA BARRETT 

Rockvale 



JAMES BARRETT 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM C. BARRON, II 

Nashville 
JUDY BATSON 

Nashville 
DIANNE BEADLE 

Watertown 
EVA SUE BEAN 

Monteagle 



BRENDA BECK 

Nashville 
REID BECKER 

Nashville 
MARY LYNN BECKHAM 

Waynesboro 
TERRY BEDWELL 

Murfreesboro 
GLENN BEECH 

Taft 



FRANKLIN BELL 

Nashville 
SHIRLEY BELLENFANT 

Nashville 
RONALD BENDER 

Murfreesboro 
DOUGLAS BENNETT, JR. 

Murfreesboro 
MIKE BENNETT 

Hixson 



DON BESHEARS 

Smithville 
SAK BHAMORNSIRI 

Thailand 
SUWANNATAD 

Thailand BHAMORNSIRI 
JOYCE BIBLE 

Jasper 
DELIA BIGGER 

Murfreesboro 





LINDA BILBREY 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM BINGHAM 

Murfreesboro 
JACK BIRCHETT 

Chattanooga 
DON BIRDSONG 

Normandy 
JUDY BLACKFORD 

Nashville 



JAN BLAIR 

Tullahoma 
FAYE BLAKE 

Nashville 
WILLIAM BLANCHARD 

Nashville 
NELL BLAKENSHIP 

Murfreesboro 
DAVID M. BLUMEN 

Nashville 



JAMES BOGGESS 

Murfreesboro 
TOMMY BOLTON 

Columbia 
KENNETH BOW 

Crossville 
PAT BOWLING 

Lascassas 
ELLEN HOOVER BOWMAN 

Murfreesboro 



CYNTHIA DONNELL BOYD 

Murfreesboro 
LARRY BOYD 

Lawrenceburg 
LARRY CRAIG BOYD 

McMinnville 
CHARLES BRAKEN 

Estill Springs 
DAVID BRATCHER 

Smithville 



JOHN BRICE 

Murfreesboro 
MARTHA DIXON BRICE 

Murfreesboro 
TOMMY BRIGHTWELL 

Signal Mountain 
JANICE BRITTON 

Shelbyville 
ANN BROADWAY 

Columbia 



DIANNE BROOKMAN 

Tullahoma 
EDDY BROWN 

Nashville 
LARRY BROWN 

Nashville 
LYNN BROWN 

Chattanooga 
RANDALL BROWN 

Guild 



WANDA BROWN 

Guild 
ERNIE BROWNING 

Red Boiling Springs 
JAMES BROWNING 

Nashville 
FRED BRUMBACK 

Murfreesboro 
CHARLES E. BRYSON, JR. 

Murfreesboro 



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SENIORS 



SHARON BRYAN 
Hendersonville 

CECIL BUFORD 
Celina 



CHARLIE BUHLER 

Lebanon 
ANDREA BUMPUS 

Chattanooga 
LUCY BURT 

Tullahoma 
SUE BURTON 

Chattanooga 
ALVIN BUTNER 

Nashville 



JAMES BYRD 

Murtreesboro 
BOBBY CAGLE 

McMinnville 
JOE CAIRNS 

Murtreesboro 
JOYCE CALL 

Murtreesboro 
JO ANN CAMPBELL 

Smyrna 



JOHN A. CAMPBELL 

Murtreesboro 
MARLENE CAMPBELL 

Shelbyville 
GERALDINE CARLISLE 

Franklin 
JOE CARLTON 

Murtreesboro 
JACKIE CARNEY 

Murtreesboro 



LLOYD CARTER 

Murtreesboro 
THOMAS CARTER 

South Pittsburg 
KERRY CASHION 

Nashville 
PEGGY CATHEY 

Lewisburg 
DONALD CATHEY 

Shelbyville 



ANDRE CHAMPION 

Winchester 
DENNIS CHAPMAN 

Nashville 
EDWARD CHAPPELL 

Murtreesboro 
JEAN CHAPMAN 

Nashville 
PAUL CHEATHAM 

Lev/isburg 



ROGER CHENARD 

Shelbyville 
KELLY CHERRY 

Latayette 
JOHN CHESTNUT 

Murtreesboro 
TONY CHUMLEY 

Lebanon 
PATRICIA CLAYTON 

Florida 




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MARY CATHERINE CLEMMER 

Diclcson 
ALLEN COGGINS 

Oak Ridge 
SUSAN COHAN 

Nashville 
GAIL COLEBROOKE 

Arrlngton 
NOEL COLEMAN 

Nashville 



PATRICIA COLLINS 

Lewisburg 
ALLEN COLYAR 

Murfreesboro 
BARBARA COMER 

Lebanon 
JAMES M. COMPTON 

Manchester 
HOWARD COOK 

Woodbury 



WILLIAM COOK 

Columbia 
JOHN K. COOPER 

Murfreesboro 
JOY PHIFER COPPAGE 

Murfreesboro 
JOE COPPINGER 

Hixson 
JOHN CORDELL 

McMinnville 



JOHN CORNAR 

Murfreesboro 
BILL CORNES 

Chattanooga 
DAVID CORNETT 

Chattanooga 
WILLIAM M. COTHERN 

Nashville 
PATTI COULTER 

Dayton 



EARL COUNTS 

Chattanooga 
SAMMY COUNTS 

Fhntville 
JOHN COWAN 

Murfreesboro 
DONNA COX 

Le'banon 
JAMES H. COX 

Lafayette 



PAT COX 

Chattanooga 
ROCKY CRAFT 

Nashville 
BILL CRAIG 

Gallatin 
JENNIFER CROCKETT 

Madison 
VIVION CROUCH 

Decatur 



LYNN CROWDER 

Chattanooga 
ALLEN CROWELL 

Unlonville 
MARTHA CRUIKSTAUT 

Readyville 



SENIORS 



LARRY CRUTCHFIELD 

Nashville 
ROBERTA CUMMINGS 

Summertown 
CHARLES CUNNINGHAM 

Murfreesboro 
JOHN CUNNINGHAM 

Columbia 
RUTH CUNNINGHAM 

Murfreesboro 



CHARLES DAHLSREN 

Nashville 
CHARLES DALE 

Murfreesboro 
SHERRY DALE 

Florida 
ELIZABETH DANIEL 

LaVergne 
GLEN DARDEN 

Tullahoma 



MATTIE DAVIDSON 

Columbia 
PHILLIP DAVIDSON 

Nashville 
GLENN B. DAVIS 

Georgia 
JANET DAVIS 

Hillsboro 
JIMMY DAVIS 

Smithville 



MARTHA DAVIS 

Shelbyvllle 
WILLIAM DAVIS 

Murfreesboro 
PAM DEAN 

Nashville 
DAVID DEATON 

Nashville 
DAVE DELONG 

Murfreesboro 



CLYDE DELVIN 

Nashville 
ALMA JEAN DENNEY 

Lebanon 
GLORIA DENNY 

Lebanon 
JANICE DERRYBERRY 

Spring Hill 
ANNA DISMUKES 

Nashville 



EVELYN DIXON 

Hendersonville 
RICHARD LEE DIXON 

Manchester 
SUELLEN DIXON 

Chattanooga 
DONALD DODSON 

Nashville 
ROBERT DOLLINS 

Minor Hill 



GEORGE DONEGAN 

Antioch 
NICHOLAS DONNIE 

Murfreesboro 
DIANN DORRIS 

Springfield 
JULIE DOUGLAS 

Nashville 
RODEMA DOUGLAS 

Signal Mountain 




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NANCY DOWELL 

Murfreesboro 
SANDRA DRAKE 

Murfreesboro 
BONNIE DRANE 

Mt. Pleasant 
BRAD DRAYTON 

Hendersonville 
SPENCER DRIVER 

Murfreesboro 



JUDY DUDNEY 

Gainesboro 
JAMES DUGGIN 

Shelbyvllle 
CAROLYN DUKE 

Beechgrove 
MARGARET DUNCAN 

Gallatin 
RICHARD E. DUNCAN 

Lewisburg 



LINDA DUNLAP 

Nashville 
JAMIE DURARD 

Franklin 
WILLIAM DYE 

Murfreesboro 
ANNA EADES 

Nashville 
ROBERT EADLER 

Michigan 



KENNETH EALY 

Murfreesboro 
ARTHUR EARLS 

Nashville 
BOBBY EDENS 

Murfreesboro 
STEVE EDMONDS 

Murfreesboro 
ERIC HOWARD EDWARDS 

Wartrace 



TOMMY EISELSTEIN 

Murfreesboro 
TOM ELDRIDGE 

Nashville 
TIM ELLIS 

Brentwood 
MALLORY ELROD 

Murfreesboro 
DAVID N. EMERSON 

Murfreesboro 



WILLIAM ENGLISH 

Nashville 
MARILYN ENSLEY 

Chattanooga 



FRANK D. EVAI 

Liberty 
JEAN EZELL 

Murfreesboro 



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SENIORS 



LYNNE EZELL 
Murfreesboro 

NANCY EZELL 
Nashville 

JOY FELKER 
Nashville 



MARY KATHERINE FERRELL 

Tullahoma 
RONNIE FERRELL 

Murfreesboro 
ALTON FISHER 

Nashville 



JANET FISHER 

Nashville 
JOHN FITE 

Nashville 
JAMES FITZGERALD 

Dayfon 
PATRICIA FLOOD 

Murfreesboro 
BOBBY FLOWERS 

Murfreesboro 



ALAN FLOYD 

Kingston 
PRISCILLA FLOYD 

Chattanooga 
ANITA FLY 

Columbia 
TONI FLYNN 

Murfreesboro 
JAMES J. FOLK 

Christiana 



MARY RUTH FORMOSA 

Donelson 
PEGGY FORTUNE 

Lewisburg 
CONNIE FOSTER 

Madison 
RALPH FOSTER 

Murfreesboro 
CHARLIE FOX 

Franklin 



BILLY B. FRANCIS 

Murfreesboro 
IKE FRANKLIN 

Gallatin 
ROBERT ALTON FRAZIER 

Nashville 
JAMES CARLTON FREE 

Columbia 
TERRENCE FREEMAN 

Murfreesboro 



VIVIAN FREEMAN 

Lawrenceburg 
MICHAEL FRENSLEY 

Murfreesboro 
ADELINE FRIZZELL 

Murfreesboro 
DONNA FROST 

Lebanon 
ROBERT FRYAR 

Chattanooga 




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FAYE FRYE 

LaVergne 
CHARLES FULLER 

Murfreesboro 
NANCY FULMER 

Murfreesboro 
SHERRY FUQUA 

Nashville 
DONNA GALLAHER 

Murfreesboro 



CURTIS GANN 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM GANNON 

Murfreesboro 
GAY GARNER 

Tuilahoma 
JIM GARNER 

Murfreesboro 
TIM GARRETT 

Nashville 



MAVA GARVIN 

Murfreesboro 
JOSEPH T. GELDBAUGH 

Smyrna 
BARBARA GENTRY 

Nashville 
LINDA GENTRY 

Joelfon 
THOMAS GEORGE 

Murfreesboro 



JOHN GHIBANDY 

Cairo, III. 
ANGELINE GIBSON 

Culleoka 
DOUGLAS GILBERT 

Petersburg 
JAMES GILLEY 

Murfreesboro 
JANE GILLIAM 

Kirigsport 



RONALD GILMER 

Manchester 
JAMES GILMORE 

Manchester 
KENNETH GIVAN 

Water+own 
DONALD GARY GOFF 

Murfreesboro 
STEPHEN GORDON 

Pulaski 



JOE GOURLEY 

Smyrna 
WAYNE GRACE 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM R. GRAHAM 

Smyrna 
LARRY GRANT 

Murfreesboro 
JEAN GRAY 

Chattanooga 



ANN R. GREEN 

Columbia 
LYNN GREEN 

Brush Creek 
BEHY ROSE GREGORY 

Nashville 
REGENA GREGORY 

Lafayette 
JOHNNY GRIMES 

Jasper 



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SENIORS 



RONALD A. GRIMES 

Franklin 
JOE GRISSOM 

Murfreesboro 
JOE GRONDSTAFF 

Watertown 
NORITA GRENZ 

Cleveland 
RONALD GUNTER 

Illinois 



A. G. GUNTHERBERG 

Flora 
GERALD GUSTWICK 

Harriman 
MARGARET HACKETT 

Murfreesboro 
C. J. HACKWORTHY 

Richard City 
SAHIB AL HADDAD 

Murfreesboro 



MICKEY HADDOCK 

East Ridge 
JOHN HAGER 

New Jersey 
JAMES HALE 

Smyrna 
NANCY HALE 

McMinnville 
NOAH HALFACRE 

Manchester 



JAMES A. HALL 

Tullahoma 
LINDA HALL 

Murfreesboro 
PAUL HAMILTON 

Smyrna 
GLENN HAMPTON 

Murfreesboro 
LARRY HANBERRY 

Nashville 



EDGAR HANCOK 

Nashville 
CAROL HANNAH 

Wales 
JANE HANNAH 

Murfreesboro 
JERRY HANNAH 

Murfreesboro 
LOUIS KARL HANS 

Nashville 



STAN HARDISON 

Columbia 
RANDALL HARDY 

Lawrenceburg 
VIRGINIA HARLEY 

Gallatin 
BETTY SNELL HARPER 

Murfreesboro 
CHARLES HARPER 

Murfreesboro 



JOHN HARRELL 

Tullahoma 
PATRICIA HARRIMAN 

LaVergne 





GLENN HARRIS 

Murfreesboro 
JOE D. HARRIS 

Murfreesboro 
DAVID HARRISON 

Fayet+evllle 
PAUL HARTMAN 

Nashville 
GARY DON HARVILLE 

UnionvMIe 



DENNY HASTINGS 

Belfast 
DIANE HATHCOCK 

Nashville 
MILTON HATHCOCK 

Nashville 
RONNIE HAYS 

Murfreesboro 
MAX HEAD 

Murfreesboro 



DEBBIE HEITHCOCK 

Franklin 
NANCY HELBERG 

Dickson 
LINDA HENDLEY 

Columbia 
DAVID HERBERT 

Murfreesboro 
NELDA HERBERT 

Murfreesboro 



JEFF HERMSDERFER 

Lawrenceburg 
PAUL HERRON 

Nashville 
WILLIAM HERZER 

Murfreesboro 
SUZANNE HEWGLEY 

Columbia 
FRANK HICKMAN 

Ohio 



MICHAEL HICKS 

Nashville 
WENDELL HINES 

Murfreesboro 
ROD HINTON 

Nashville 
VICTORIA B. HINTON 

Nashville 
JERNITA HITE 

Murfreesboro 



PATRICIA HITE 

Nashville 
MYRNA HOBOCK 

Jasper 
MARJORIE HOBSON 

Manchester 
TIM HOGAN 

New York 
JAMES HOLDER 

McMinnville 



RAY HOLLIS, JR. 

Waynesboro 
SHIRLEY HOLLIS 

Loret+o 
CLAY HOLLOWAY 

Murfreesboro 
LAURA LEE HOLT 

Lawrenceburg 
MICHAEL HOLT 

Bolivar 



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SENIORS 



LUCY HONEY 

Fayetteville 
SANDY HOOD 

Cotiontown 
JAMES HOOKER 

Shelbyville 
EDGAR HOPE 

Ooltewah 
JOHN HORNE 

Nashville 



WILLIAM R. HORNE 

Pulaslcl 
BILLY CHARLES HORTON 

Hendersonville 
SANDRA FAYE HORTON 

Nashville 
HAROLD HOUNIHAN 

Nashville 
BECKY HOWELL 

Madison 



JERRY HOWSE 

Sale Creek 
ALICE HUDSON 

Oak Ridge 
TONEY HUDSON 

Lafayette 
ELAINE HUFFER 

Winchester 
GERALDENE HUNT 

Goodlettsville 



JAMES HUNTER 

McMinnvilie 
DANNY HUTTON 

Joelton 
SUSAN INGRAM 

Hixson 
BONNIE JACKSON 

Donelson 
GLENNA JACKSON 

Whitwell 



JAMES M. JACOBS 

Nashville 
JINNETTE JACOBS 

Joelton 
MONTE JAMES 

Lawrenceburg 
MARVIN JARRETT 

Harrison 
•JIM JARVIS 

Rockwood 



LYDIA JENKINS 

Clartsville 
FRANK JENNINGS 

Murfreesboro 
ELIZABETH JENNINGS 

Tuilahoma 
JAMES T. JENNINGS 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM JERNIGAN 

Tuilahoma 



WANDA JETT 

Manchester 
CHARLES T. JEWELL 

Old Hickory 
BRENDA JOHNS 

Goodsprings 
GLENDA JOHNS 

Goodsprings 
PHILIP JOHNS 

Manchester 




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ANITA JOHNSON 

Murfreesboro 
CHARLES JOHNSON 

Manchester 
DOUGLAS JOHNSON 

Nashville 
JOHNNY JOHNSON 

Madison 
KENARD K. JOHNSON 

College Grove 

MICHAEL JOHNSON 

Madison 
MILLARD JOHNSON 

College Grove 
NANCY JOHNSON 

Madison 
CAROL JONES 

Florida 
CAROLYN JONES 

Murfreesboro 



CHESTER M. JONES 

Nashville 
JENNIFER JONES 

Madison 
ROSANNE JONES 

Nashville 
STEVE JONES 

Murfreesboro 
WALTER JONES 

Shelbyville 



MIKE JORDAN 

Tracy City 
TIM KALTHOFF 

Knoxville 
CHARLES KELLEY 

Oak Ridge 
EMILY KELLEY 

Waynesboro 
JAMES M. KELLEY 

Lawrenceburg 



JAMES FREDERICK KELTON 

Murfreesboro 
JERRY KELTON 

Lascassas 
WILLIAM KNOX KELTON 

Murfreesboro 
POLAPHAT KEMASINGKI 

Murfreesboro 
DIANA KEMP 

Nashville 



KATHY KEMPF 

Murfreesboro 
DOROTHY KENNEDY 

Nashville 
ELIZABETH KENNEDY 

Chattanooga 
MARSHALL C. KENT, JR. 

Mt. Juliet 
JOHN C. KERSEY 

LaVergne 



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SENIORS 



BETTY KIMBROUGH 

Nashville 
CARL JOHN KING 

Woodbury 
HUBERT A. KING 

McMinnville 
JERRY KING 

Nashville 
JAMES WALLACE KIRBY 

Lafayette 



JUDY KLEIN 

Sparta 
PETE KNESTRIEK 

Nashville 
PAUL KNOWLES 

Hermitage 
MARVIN KOONCE 

Normandy 
PENN KUNAPORNTRUM 

Chicago, III. 



JAMES KYLE 

Shelbyville 
ELAINE LADD 

Nashville 
CLARENCE LAMB 

Murfreesboro 
ROBERT LAMB 

Murfreesboro 
DAVID LANE 

Murfreesboro 



SANDRA LAPPIN 

Nashville 
LINDA MADEWELL LARKIN 

Clarksville 
SUE LATANE 

Oalc Grove, Virginia 
ROBERT LAVENDER 

Smyrna 
JAMES H. LAWSON 

Hohenwald 



SHIRLEY LAWSON 

Nashville 
DAVID J, LEA 

Murfreesboro 
JUDY LEACH 

Estill Springs 
ROGER LEACH 

Winchester 
SHERRI LEACH 

Nashville 



PATRICIA LEBKUECHER 

Murfreesboro 
SANDRA LEDFORD 

Murfreesboro 
SUZEHE LEE 

Nashville 



ELAINE LEHR 
South Pittsburg 

JOAN LEIGHTON 
Lawrenceburg 

CAROL LEWIS 
Daisy 




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CHARLES LEWIS 

Nashville 
DEAN LEWIS 

Murlreesboro 
JAMES LEWIS 

Murfreesboro 
JAMES LIND 

Madison 
THOMPSON LINDLEY 

Smyrna 



RICHARD LINDSEY 

Murfreesboro 
PEGGY LINVILLE 

Har+sville 
GLENDA LOCKE 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM LOCKE 

Fayettevllle 
ELAINE LOCKHART 

Nashville 



PATSY LOFITS 

Gainesboro 
HERBERT L. LOGAN 

Nashville 
SUZANNE LONDEN 

Chattanooga 
JUDY LONG 

Pulaski 
MARY KATHRYNE LONG 

Chattanooga 



JULIA LONGMIRE 

Andersonville 
SUSAN LONGMIRE 

Daisy 
MARY ELIZABETH LONGSHORE 

Nashville 
HERBERT LOONEY 

Murfreesboro 
DELMER LOWE 

Christiana 



GARY LOWE 

Goodlettsvllle 
BRENDA LOYD 

Murfreesboro 
SHIRLEY LUNEY 

Murfreesboro 
JANICE LUSK 

Bradyville 
SIDNEY LUTHER 

Nashville 



BRENDA MACK 

Chattanooga 
WADENE MADER 

Nashville 
HARVEY MAGEE 

Murfreesboro 
STANLEY MAHON 

Columbia 
JOHN MAJOR 

Lebanon 



LINDA MAJOR 

Lebanon 
WARD J. MALLORY 

Shelbyville 
JAMES MALONE, JR. 

Bell Buckle 
RICHARD MALONE 

Murfreesboro 
EUGENE MANFREDINI 

Smyrna 



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SENIORS 



DONNA MARSHALL 

Springfield 
HOSSEIN MANSOUR 

Teheran, Iran 



JAMES MANSON 

Murfreesboro 
BONNIE BELL MANSON 

Murfreesboro 



JERRY MANSFIELD 

Fayettevllle 
RAY MANLEY 

Nashville 
GEORGE MARSTON 

Lawrenceburg 
BILL MARTIN 

Murfreesboro 
ELLEN MARTIN 

Tullahoma 



MARY MARTIN 

Howell 
PAUL MARTIN 

Lebanon 
RICHARD MARTIN 

Mt. Juliet 
ROBERT E. MARTIN 

Nashville 
SHARON MARTIN 

Old Hickory 



MARIANNE MARTINDALE 

Murfreesboro 
MANUEL MARTINS 

New Jersey 
DAVID MASKEWITZ 

Oak Ridge 
HELEN MASON 

Lebanon 
MARY LOU MATTHEWS 

Nashville 



DAVID MATHIS 

Humboldt 
JOYCE MATHIS 

Murfreesboro 
SUE MATTHEWS 

Lafayette 
JIM MAYNARD 

Lebanon 
KEN MAYNARD 

Woodlawn 



JAMES MAYNER 

Nashville 
GEORGE McCASHIN 

Chattanooga 
PATRICIA McCLANNAHAN 

Murfreesboro 
PATRICIA McDADE 

Nashville 
ANN McDARIS 

Chattanooga 




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HARVEY McDonald 

Lawrenceburg 
NANCY WILLIAMS McDONALD 

Murfreesboro 
JANE McFERRIN 

Murfreesboro 
MARY ALICE McFERRIN 

Fayet+eville 
JERE McGARR 

Murfreesboro 



JANE McGEE 

Fayetfeville 
TOMMY McGEE 

McMmnvllle 
ARDEN McGRATH 

Nashville 
LEONARD McGRATH 

Nashville 
ANNA RUTH McLERRAN 

Celina 



GAYLE McLERRAN 

Celina 
FRANNIE McMAHON 

Franklin 

ROGER McMillan 

Lascassas 
RUTH McMILLON 

Lascassas 
WILLIAM RANDOLPH MEANS 

Nashville 



ROSA LEE MEDLEY 

Doyle 
BEN MERICKLE 

Hermitage 
BOBBYE MERRYMAN 

Hartsville 
TAWAT MESOMMONTA 

Bangkok. Thailand 
MONETTA METZKER 

Murfreesboro 



LINDA JO MEYER 

Murfreesboro 
DANIEL MILLER 

Pulaski 
DAVID MILLER 

Nashville 
JARRETT BRYANT MILLSAPS 

Daisy 
CYROUS MOHAMADKHANI 

Murfreesboro 



NEWTON MOLLOY 

Murfreesboro 
JANET MOODY 

Nashville 
MARY JOHN MOON 

Murfreesboro 
DAVID LEON MONNEYHAN 

Kentucky 
BRENDA MOORE 

Franklin 



CONNIE B. MOORE 

Lascassas 
FLOYD MOORE 

Chattanooga 
THOMAS J. MOORE 

Harrison 
HELEN MOOREHEAD 

Murfreesboro 
SIMON E. MOREHEAD 

Nashville 



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SENIORS 



JAMES W. MORRIS 

Lebanon 
CARL MORROW 

Colunnbia 
EDNA TAYLOR MORTON 

Tullahoma 
SHIELA MOSS 

Jasper 
THOMAS E. MRZENA 

Murfreesboro 



ANITA J. MURPHY 

Ashland City 
CHARLES H. MYATT 

Murfreesboro 
VIVION KAY NEELEY 

Nashville 
MARGARET NEVINS 

Shelbyville 
DON NEWBERRY 

Smyrna 

FRED NEWHART 

Nashville 
LINDA NEWTON 

Five Points 
HUGH NICHOLS 

Nashville 
SHELIA NICHOLS 

Hermitage 
LINDA NORRIS 

Murfreesboro 



MARY NORVELL 

Wartrace 
PATRICIA O'CONNOR 

West Point 
WAYNE OFFICER 

Nashville 
BRIAN OLDFIELD 

Illinois 
CONNIE OLIVER 

Chattanooga 



JAMES PATRICK O'NEAL 

Chattanooga 
KAY ORR 

Lewisburg 
NANCY HANKINS ORR 

Smyrna 
GEORGE OSENGA 

Chattanooga 
PAM OWEN 

Old Hickory 





PRISCILLA OWEN 

Old Hickory 
LINDA OWENS 

Chattanooga 
PATRICK WADE OWENS 

Tullahoma 
SHARON OWENS 

Nashville 
DAVID PAINTER 

Murfreesboro 



RODNEY PAINTER 

Antioch 
JEANETTE PALMER 

Manchester 
MELISSA PARK 

Maryville 
BRENDA PARKER 

Nashville 
CAROL SUE PARKER 

McMinnville 



DAVID PARKER 

Nashville 
PETER PARKER 

Knoxville 
SHARON PARKER 

McMinnville 
HARRIET JONELLE PARSLEY 

Murfreesboro 
RITA PARSON 

Chattanooga 



JAMES PARTIN 

Hillsboro 
MARY ELIZABETH PARTON 
CAROLE PATTON 

Nashville 
CHARLES PATTON 

Lawrenceburg 
SHARON PAHON 

Watertown 



NEIL PAYNE 

Pelham 
RITA PAYNE 

Shelbyville 
STANLEY PEARSON 

Flintville 
GREGORY PECK 

Culleoka 
RICHARD PEERCY 

Murfreesboro 



BOBBY PENNINGTON 

Murfreesboro 
MILDRED PENNINGTON 

Celina 
JOHNNY PENTYCOFE 

Murfreesboro 
MAXINE PEPPERS 

Lawrenceburg 
CAROL REGG PEREZ 

Hendersonville 



JOEY PERKINS 

Murfreesboro 
WILLIAM PETERS, III 

Winchester 
THOMAS PETERSON 

Middleton New Jersey 
MARGIE PETRO 

Whitwell 
PATRICIA PETTUS 

Nashville 



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SENIORS 



ROSEMARY PETTY 

Charlotte 
AVA PEVAHOUSE 

Waynesboro 
GWANDA PHILLIPS 

Harrlman 
JAY PHILLIPS 

Waynesboro 
5HELAH PHILLIPS 

Wartrace 



FAYE PIERSON 

Murtreesboro 
MORGAN PIGS 

Fayetteville 
DAVID PIGNA 

Nashville 
ROBERT PIRTLE 

Chattanooga 
JOHN PITTARD 

Murtreesboro 



CLARENCE PLEMONS 

Nashville 
FRED MARION POE 

Pulaski 
WANDA POINDEXTER 

Celina 
CARROL POOLE 

Murtreesboro 
CHARLES POSTON 

Lebanon 



COLLEEN POWELL 

Murtreesboro 
WANDA LEE POWELL 

Whitwell 
MARVIN PRATT 

Franklin 
ROGER PRESLAR 

Murtreesboro 
CAROLYN PREVATTE 

Nashville 



JOHN PAUL PREVOST 

Florida 
MICHAEL PRICHARD 

Signal Mountain 
PATRICIA PRIEST 

Decherd 
CONNIE PUCKETT 

Antioch 
DOYLE RADER 

Goodlettsville 



WALTER M. RAGSDALE 

Nashville 
TOMMY RAINS 

McMinnville 
JAMES RAMSEY 

Murtreesboro 
JO ANN RAMSEY 

Murtreesboro 
MICHEL RANDLE 

Ooltewah 



DOROTHY RANEY 

Nashville 
REBECCA RAWLSTON 

Whitwell 
DONALD RAY 

Nashville 
JERRY H. RAY 

Smithville 
VIRGINIA RAY 

Chattanooga 




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LATRICIA REDD 

Pulaski 
BETTY REED 

Woodbury 

JANIS RHEA 

Murfreesboro 
DREW RHODES 

Murfreesboro 
KENT RICHENS 

Nashville 
JOHN RICHMAN 

Murfreesboro 
JAMES RIDDLE 

Manchester 



RAM RIDDLE 

Manchester 
JOE RIGGIN 

Madison 
BEVERLY RING 

Tullahoma 
DAVID RIVES 

Murfreesboro 
KENNETH RIVES 

Madison 



BEBE RIZOR 

Hermitage 
TERRY ROBBINS 

Murfreesboro 
MERRILL ROBERSON 

Nashville 
HERBERT ROBERTS 

Nashville 
RICKY ROBINSON 

Murfreesboro 



SHIRLEY ROBINSON 

Water+own 
WILLIAM ROBINSON 

Water+own 
YOLANDA B. ROBINSON 

Murfreesboro 
DOUG RODLEY 

Murfreesboro 
ODELENE ROWLAND 

Mt. Juliet 



JAYNE RUSSELL 

Kingston 
SHIRLEY RUSSELL 

Nashville 
SUZANNE RUSSO 

Nashville 
GAYLE SADLER 

Nashville 
MARTHA SADLER 

Murfreesboro 



CHARLES SAIN 

Morrison 
SUSAN SAIN 

Woodbury 
JOHN SALMON 

Murfreesboro 
JIM SANDERS 

Murfreesboro 
LOIS JEAN SANDERS 



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SENIORS 



TOM SCHAMBERG 

Fayet+eville 
PAT SARVER 

Spar+a 
GERALD F. SCHULTZ 

Nashville 
LIANA SCHWEMER 

Franklin 
CHERYL SCOTT 

Murfreesboro 



MARY ETTA SCOTT 

Celina 
LINDA SCRUGGS 

Murfreesboro 
JEANECE SEALS 

Sparta 
WENDELL SECREST, JR. 

Smyrna 
MARY SEHLE 

Lebanon 



BRENDA SHAFFER 

Summertown 
GLENDA SHARP 

Fayet+eville 
ROY SHARP 

Tullahonna 
DWIGHTSHARPTON 

Columbia 
LARRY SHELTON 

Tullahoma 



FREEMAN SHERRILL 

Manchester 
SUSAN SIMMS 

Lawrenceburg 
ANN SHIPLEY 

Lenoir City 
EDWIN D. SHIRES 

Murfreesboro 
DOUG SHORT 

Tullahoma 



JAMES SIDWELL 

Murfreesboro 
CAROLYN SIMPSON 

Murfreesboro 
CARL SIMS 

Sparta 
PEGGY SIMS 

Murfreesboro 
JAMES SLATEN 

Hixson 



JUDY SLAYDEN 

Nashville 
REBECCA SLAYMAKER 

Murfreesboro 
ROBERT SLAYMAKER 

Murfreesboro 
CONNIE SLIGH 

Georgia 
LYNN SCOTT SMALL 

Nashville 



ANN SMITH 

Pulaski 
CLAUDE SMITH 

Murfreesboro 
JUDY SMITH 

Murfreesboro 
LARRY SMITH 

Nashville 
LYNDON SMITH 

Manchester 




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MARGARET IVY SMITH 

Lebanon 
PATRICIA SMITH 

Murfreesboro 
RANDALL S. SMITH 

Daisy 
RANDALL H. SMITH 

Red Boiling Springs 
REGINA BOWEN SMITH 

Colunnbia 



RICKI SMITH 

Shelbyvllle 
STANLEY SMITH 

Loret+o 
SUSAN SMITH 

Bon Aqua 
BEVERLY SNELL 

Hermitage 
PEGGY SOHRABI 

Murfreesboro 



TOM SPARKS 

Nashville 
BILLY SPAULDING 

Manchester 
JAMES S. SPRAKER 

Chattanooga 
GERALD STACY 

Murfreesboro 
Vv/AYNE STARKS 

Cottontown 



CARL STARNES 

Woodbury 
TOM STERRITT 

Nashville 
JAMES STEPHENS 

V/inchester 
JEAN STEPHENS 

Celina 
PATRICIA ELLEN STEPHENSON 

Oal Ridge 



DORNA STEWART 

Woodbury 
KATHRYN STEWART 

Pulasli 
LARRY STINSON 

Memphis 
ELLIOn C. STOCKARD 

Murfreesboro 
BRADY ALLEN STRAUB 

Maryland 










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SENIORS 



PATRICIA STUBBLEFIELD 

Fayetteville 
MARTHA SULLENGER 

Mulberry 



LYMAN SULLIVAN 

Murfreesboro 
MICHAEL SULLIVAN 

Smyrna 



TERRY SUTHERLAND 

Murfreesboro 
DELORES SUTTON 

Nashville 



JUDITH SUTTON 

Nashville 
PAT SWALLOWS 

Livingston 



SANDRA SWANN 

Cross Plains 
FRANK SWANSON 

Chattanooga 
GARY SWINDELL 

Murfreesboro 
JOHN A. TALLANT 

Murfreesboro 
JOHN TANT 

Chattanooga 



LINDA TATUM 

Lebanon 
DORRIS TAYLOR 

Carthage 
ELOISE TAYLOR 

Nashville 
JANICE TAYLOR 

Nashville 
JOHNNY TAYLOR 

Eagleville 



LINDA TAYLOR 

Oak Ridge 
RANDAL TAYLOR 

Nashville 
RONALD H. TAYLOR 

Gallatin 
SANDRA TAYLOR 

Nashville 
ROBERT TENBRUNSEL 

Nashville 




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CHARLOTTE TENNANT 

Murfreesboro 
RONALD TENNANT 

NashvNIe 
SANDRA TENNANT 

Nashville 
LETA TENPENNY 

Lebanon 
LIZ THACKSTON 

Alabama 



LARRY THIGPEN 

Lawrenceburg 
JOHN W. THOMAS 

Columbia 
KAREN THOMAS 

Smyrna 
ROSEMARY THOMAS 

Georgia 
RICHARD THOMPSON 

Cleveland 



JEAN TINNIN 

Nashville 
BETTY TODD 

Murfreesboro 
BILLY O. TODD 

Tullahoma 
FRANCES TODD 

Murfreesboro 
FLORENCE TOLBERT 

Readyville 



WILLIAM TORRENCE 

Nashville 
ROGER TRAUGH 

Smyrna 
MARJORY TREDENNICK 

Murfreesboro 
BRYAN TRENT 

Murfreesboro 
LINDA TRENT 

Chaftanooga 



PAT TRIGG 

Fayetteville 
JANICE TRIMBLE 

Spring Hill 
JAMES TROXLER 

Wartrace 
LANA TUCKER 

Beechgrove 
MARILYN TUCKER 

Lafayette 



ROBERT TUCKER 

Murfreesboro 
RICHARD TUNE 

Smyrna 
TERRY TURNER 

Monteagle 
JAY TYSON 

Chattanooga 
MIKE ULLERY 

Murfreesboro 



TERRY USELTON 

Nashville 
MICHAEL VADEN 

Franldin 
RON VAN HALL 

Decatur, Georgia 
MARVIN VANNATTA 

Shelbyviile 
CAROL VAUGHAN 

Murfreesboro 



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SENIORS 



RUTH VAUGHAN 

Burlison 
DON VICK 

Columbia 
LINDA VINES 

Florida 
ANN VROOM 

Hixson 
CLARICE WAGGONER 

Nashville 



GUY DANIEL WAGGONER 

Tuilahoma 
MICHAEL WAGGONER 

Nashville 
JAMES WALKER 

Wartrace 
JOHN WALKER 

Lebanon 
MARJORY WALKER 

Signal Mountain 



WILLIAM WALL 

Nashville 
DANIEL WILSON WALLACE 

Fairview 
LEON WALTERS 

Santa Fe 
DON WARD 

Murfreesboro 
JAMES H. WARREN 

Madison 



GLENDA WARREN 

Woodbury 
DONALD WARREN 

Waynesboro 
RICHARD WARWICK 

Knoxville 
JAMES WATERS 

Lynchburg 
JANE WATSON 

Maine 



TED WATSON 

Nashville 
ANN WEATHERS 

Loretto 
WILLIAM G. WEAVER 

Gallatin 
JUDITH ANN WEBB 

Madison 
LOWRIE C. WEBBER 

Nashville 



ALLEN WELLER 

Nashville 
RITA WELLS 

Lewisburg 
CLARK WERNER 

Murfreesboro 
ROBERT WEST 

Murfreesboro 
MARY WESTFALL 

Murfreesboro 



WILLIAM WESTLAKE 

Murfreesboro 
BILLIE ANN WETHERFORD 

Nashville 
CHARLSIE SUE WHITAKER 

Nashville 
DON R. WHITE 

Smyrna 
LARRY WHITE 

Hixson 




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RODNEY WHITE 

Murfreesboro 
TOM WHITE 

Murfreesboro 
WALTER WHITE, III 

Nashville 
JAN WHITLEY 

Franklin 
JUDY WHITMORE 

Smyrna 



TRUDY WHITVER 

Murfreesboro 
GAIL WHITWORTH 

Murfreesboro 
KATHERINE WIGGINS 

Lebanon 
LYDIA WIGGINS 

Springfield 
BILLY JOE WILEY 

Fayetteville 



KAY WILEY 

Fayetteville 
SHIELA WILKES 

Gallatin 
CYNTHIA WILLIAMS 

Nashville 
DAVID WILLIAMS 

Nashville 
JESSE WILLIAMS 

Cleveland 



JOHN F. WILLIAMS 

Alabama 
LARRY R. WILLIAMS 

Nolensville 
LINDA FAYE WILLIAMS 

Fayetteville 
PEGGY WILLIAMS 

Murfreesboro 
ROSIE WILLIAMS 

Murfreesboro 



SUE CAROLYN WILLIAMS 

Nashville 
DON WILLIAMSON 

Murfreesboro 
RUSSELL WILLIS 

Nashville 
WILLIAM WILLIS 

Oneida 
GALE WILSON 

Murfreesboro 



PHYLLIS WILSON 

McMinnville 
SANDRA WILSON 

Murfreesboro 
SUSAN WILSON 

Fayetteville 



WILLIAM WILSON 

Nashville 
JEFF WINGO 

Springfield 
LINDA WISEMAN 

Winchester 



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SENIORS 



NANCY WISEMAN 

Shelbyville 
MARY CLAIRE WITT 

Murfreesboro 
MICHAEL WOMACK 

McMinnville 
DONNIE WOOD 

Murfreesboro 
JANE WOOD 

Cleveland 



JOHN WOOD 

Nashville 
BARBARA WOODS 

Lewisburg 
RONALD PAUL WOODY 

Columbia 
LINDA WORDEN 

Nashville 
JACK WORLEY 

Murfreesboro 



CHARLES WRENN 

Columbia 
CHARLOTTE WRENN 

Nashville 
ALETHA MAI WRIGHT 

Nashville 
BARBARA WRIGHT 

Lawrenceburg 
JAN WRIGHT 

Hendersonville 



DON WYRICK 

Rockwood 
CAROLYN YARBROUGH 

Winchester 
HOWARD YATES 

Signal Mountain 
ARLENE F. YOUNG 

Madison 
MACY YOUNG 

Lawrenceburg 



KATHERINE ZAUNBRECHER 
Hampshire 



EVELYN RUSHING 
Murfreesboro 




JUNIOR CLA 
OFFICERS 




WILLIAM CHRISTIE 
President 



MICKY GEORGE 
Vice-President 



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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

Barbara Fay Adams Nashville 

Michael Berkley Adams Copper HIill 

Sandra Adams Chattanooga 

Barbara Jean Adcock Wartrace 

Frank Donald Adkins Goodlettsville 

Terry B. Akin Nashville 

Second Row: 

David Alan Albanese McLean, Va. 

Rosalie Alexander Bell Buckle 

Roy Dayton Alexander Gallatin 

Dorothy Kay Anderson ... Chattanooga 

Gloria Ann Anderson Chattanooga 

Janice Anderson Nashville 

Third Row: 

Kathryn Anderson Belvidere 

Billie Carol Aslinger Sale Creek 

Norris Allen Atchley Murfreesboro 

Lyndon Lee Ayers McMinnville 

Bernadine Aymett . Pulaski 

James Elwood Bailey Tullahoma 

Fourth Row: 

Donald Bruce Ball Orlando, Fla. 

David Lee Bandy Lafayette 

Linda Cathy Banks Nashville 

Danny Leroy Barker Roanoke, Va. 

Rita Lee Berkley . . Red Boiling Springs 
Weakley Edv/ard Barnerd Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

James Vernon Barnes, Jr. , McMinnville 
Linda Jane Barnett , Nashville 

Janice Barnhill Franklin 

Arthur Terry Baskin Nashville 

Jerald Lynn Bass Pulaski 

Thomas Dan Bass Pulaski 

Sixth Row: 

Sue Bean Nashville 

David Lynn Beard Hartsville 

Ronald Wayne Beatty Hohenwald 

Vicki Beaty Cleveland 

Zenith Beirne Beaty Cleveland 

Cathy Beavers Christiana 

Seventh Row: 

Joyce Ann Bell Nashville 

Ann Elizabeth Bentzel Nashville 

Cheryl Rhea Bible Murfreesboro 

Brenda Kay Bigelow Columbus, Ohio 
Gary Steven Blakenship . Cleveland 

Gayle Blevins Chattanooga 

Eighth Row: 

Herman Block Bellevue, Mich. 

Charles Gregory Blum . . , Nashville 

Terry Craig Bodiford Nashville 

John Michael Booth , . Murfreesboro 

Douglas htayes Brachey Nashville 

Nancy Elise Bradford , . Fayetteville 

Ninth Row: 

Bettye Carol Bradly Pulaski 

lleen Bridges Chattanooga 

Gary Brodioi Huntland 

Don Lee Brooks Tullahoma 

Paul Alexander Broome Nashville 

Barbara Janice Brown Lewisburg 








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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

Charles Edward Brown Gallatin 

Danny D. Brown Estill Springs 

Judith Ellen Brown Portland 

Linda Susan Brown Chattanooga 

Phillip Dooley Brown Cleveland 

Sherry Brown Jasper 

Second Row: 

Stephen Brown Nashville 

Thesa A. Bugg Murfreesboro 

Nancy Lee Burks Estill Springs 

Adonis Campbell Cleveland 

Barry Allen Campbell Fayetteville 

hHarold Alton Carr Goodspring 

Third Row: 

Martha Janet Carroll Jackson 

John Wayne Casey Ashland City 

Steve Anthony Centimole Greenbrier 

Nancy Ellen Chapman Nashville 

Allen Chase Cleveland 

Jeannie Chester Fairview 

Fourth Row: 

Mary Jean Chisholm Waverly 

Donna Jean Chism Chattanooga 

Connie Jean Chumbley Woodbury 

Emma Jo Clardy Decherd 

Carolyn Lee Clark Jonesboro, Ga. 

Gary F. Clark Kendall Park, N.J. 

Fifth Row: 

Laura Keeble Clayton Murfreesboro 

Jay Philip Cleveland Bronxville, N.Y. 

Diane Cliburn Westmoreland 

Nathan Cllne Nashville 

Linda Clonts hluntsville, Ala. 

Derry Cochran Cleveland 

Sixth Row: 

Barry Coleman hHendersonville 

Linda Greer Collins Nashville 

Sherry Collins Tullahoma 

Walter Collins, Jr Nashville 

Jeffrey Thomas Corley Murfreesboro 
Donna Cortner Woodbury 

Seventh Row: 

Patti Wilhean Coulter Sale Creek 

Billy Joe Cowan McMinnville 

John D. Cox Gallatin 

Marie Gay Crabtree Admore 

Paul Hampton Crabtree Patchogue, N.Y. 

Judith Turner Creswell hiarriman 



JUNIORS 

First Row: 

James William Crick Eagleville 

Lloyd Eugene Crowe Chattanooga 

Luther Leall Crye Cleveland 

Robert Prince Cunningham , , McMinnville 
Roberta Lee Cummings , . Summertown 
Mary Jo Curley Nashville 

Second Row: 

Thomas Michael Daniel Nashville 

Jerry Douglas Davis Franklin 

Joyce Kaye Davis Pulaski 

Sandra Lee Davis Lawrenceburg 

John Wiley Dean Murfreesboro 

Glenn L. DeMunck Fayetteville 

Third Row: 

Regina Ann Demetros Nashville 

Nancy Lynn Dorris hiendersonville 

Kenneth Larry Delk Culleoka 

Terry Lee Denniston , . Atlanta. Ga. 
Dana Martin Diekman , Bangkok, Thailand 
Lillian Cathy Drye Winchester 

Fourth Row: 

David M. Duke Manchester 

Wilma Duke Manchester 

Clarence Edgar Dyer Centerville 

Barbara Jull Eatherly Murfreesboro 

Jeraline Edde Lynchburg 

Betsy Marie Edmondson Murfreesboro 

Fifth Row: 

Claudia Sue Ellingboe . . , , Lawrenceburg 

Bobby Elliott Murfreesboro 

Karen Lee England hluntland 

Dwight F. English Shelbyville 

Kennon Dale Evans Lawrenceburg 

E. Lee Earless McMinnville 

Sixth Row: 

Gerald D. Farrelly Franklin 

Andrew John Fedak Smithville 

Nancy Margaret Fletcher Donelson 

Charles Gordon Floyd Fayetteville 

George Christopher Ford Nashville 

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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

Edward L. Forgey Cleveland 

Joe F. Fowlkes Waverly 

John Henry Fox Bell Buckle 

Sonya Joan Fox Cornersvllle 

Ernie K. Freeman McMinnville 
George S. Freeman Martin 

Second Row: 

Douglas Hamilton Galther Auburntown 
James N. Gamble . Goodlettsville 

Linda Ann Geeting Shelbyville 

Garry Leonard George Madison 

James Michael George Dickson 

William Lawrence Gillem Madison 

Third Row: 

Candida Gilliam Nashville 

Mary Joyce Godsey Whitwell 

James Parker Goodman Monteagle 

Betty Gordon Goodposter McMinnville 

Frank Gordy Chattanooga 

Sara Moore Green Winchester 

Fourth Row: 

Hoge Milton Greene Murfreesville 

Elizabeth Frances Griffith . S. Pittsburg 

Nancy D. Griffith Chattanooga 

Jonnsie Carol Grigg Tampa, Fla. 

Linda Gail Gull Joelton 

Donna Gale Gunnell , . . Lawrenceburg 

Fifth Row: 

Cynthia Ann Hagerman Murfreesboro 

Douglas Edward Haygood . . Donelson 

Barbara Jean Hale Cleveland 

Joyada Haley Bone Cave 

Harold Terry Hall Nashville 

Mack Lebron Hannah . Fort Oglethorpe 

bixth Kow: 

Don Barry Harding McMinnville 

Peggy C. Harris Fairview 

Melinda Haskins Shelbyville 

Becky Hasten . Shelbyville 

Janice Haven Cleveland 

Jack Allen Hayes McMinnville 

Seventh Row: 

Susan Alice Heller Columbia 

Carolyn Jean Hellon Columbia 

Judy Henderson Nashville 

Larry Thomas Hendley .... Springfield 

William Hugh Henry London 

Nancy Louise Herb Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

Martha Camllle Hess Nashville 

Phillip A. Hester Nashville 

Charles Hibbett . . Nashville 

Eddie Daniel Hickman Prospect 

Joe W. Higgins , . Madison 

Ronald Edward Hines Columbia 

Ninth Row: 

Marion Elaine Hinson Nashville 

Aquilla Hitchcock Dunlap 

Stella Hayville Hite Nashville 

Steven Paul Hixson Daisy 

Charles Earl Hodge Smyrna 

Carl W. Holland Columbia 



JUNIORS 


First Row: 




Janice Lynn Holland 


Nashville 


Wanda Hollandsworth 


Murfreesboro 


Mary Angela Holmes 


Cross Plains 


Second Row: 




Malcolm H. Holt 


Hohenwald 


Patricia Ann Hooper 


Nashville 


Patricia Hooten 


Lewisburg 


Third Row: 




Sharon Howse 


Chattanooga 


Phillip Lynn Huddleston 


Watertown 


Christopher Huff 


. Cleveland 


Fourth Row: 




William Michael Huff 


Brentwood 


Betty Ann Hunter 


Nashville 


James Thomas Jacobs 


McMinnville 


Fifth Row: 




Shirley Ann Jared 


. Fayetteville 


Larry Felton Jarnigan 


Mt. Pleasant 


Steve Jarrell 


, . Tullahoma 


Mary Charlene Jarrett 


Garrison 


Michael Wayne Jean 


Monterey 


Thomas William Jean 


Nashville 


Sixth Row: 




Jere Jean Jennings .... 


. . . Chattanooga 


Pat Jernigan 


. . , Murfreesboro 


Carl Eugene Jirlds 


Daisy 


Jean Helen Johnke 


Tullahoma 


Bobby Doyle Johnson . , 


Soddy 


Harold Dwain Johnson 


, McMinnville 


Seventh Row: 




Linda Joyce Johnson 


Lawrenceburg 


James Bradley Jolly 


Murfreesboro 


David Jones 


Jacksonville, Fla, 


John Jones 


Shelbyville 


Patrick Henry Jones 


Nashville 


Ava Rhea Jordan 


McMinnville 


Eighth Row: 




Donna Gayle Jordan 


. . Nashville 


Linda Sue Jordan . , 


Lawrenceburg 


Martha Kagan 


Nashville 


Mary Jane Keating 


New Johnsonville 


Judith Marie Kempf 


Nashville 


Karen Audrey Kendrick 


Cleveland 



Ninth Row: 

William Perry Kimbrough Columbia 

Jack R. Kinnear Nashville 

Milton Andy Klrsch Murfreesboro 

Kenneth Steve Kite Chattanooga 

Mary Margret Knight Nashville 

Linda Knowles Nashville 




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JUNIORS 

First Row: 

Konnle Kay Kress Murfreesboro 

Harry Stephen Lail Hickory, N. C. 

Brenda Kay Lamb Eaglevllle 

Betty Ruth Larkin Huntland 

David Edwin Larkin Huntland 

Kennard Ward Tarkington Nashville 

Second Row: 

Donna Lav/son Fayetteville 

Carol Livingston Chattanooga 

Lloyd Long Winchester 

Betty Sue LovVorn Shelbyville 

Edith Marcrom Morrison 

Eugene Alvin Martin, Jr. Shelbyville 

Third Row: 

Janice Martin . Spencer 

Lee Martin Nashville 

Allen Mason Lebanon 

Mary Betty Masters Gallatin 

Patty Mather Murfreesboro 

Pat Mathews Kenneth, Mo. 

Fourth Row: 

Theresa Gail Mathis McMinnville 

June Matthews Red Boiling Springs 

David Richard McCauley . Fayetteville 
Larry Richard McCollum . Lawrenceburg 

Jennifer McComas Murfreesboro 

Phyllis McConnell Cleveland 

Fifth Row: 

Ben H. McFarlin, Jr Murfreesboro 

David McGee Shelbyville 

George McGee , Beersheba Springs 

Shirley Tucker McGee Nashville 

James H. McGlohon . Chattanooga 

James Richard McGregor McMinnville 

Sixth Row: 

Judy Mclnturff Nashville 

Nina McKnight Murfreesboro 

Victoria McMahan Madison 

Theodore Melcher Nashville 

Jerry Lee Mealer Lewisburg 

Rita Meshotto Murfreesboro 

Seventh Row: 

James Lee Milan Mt. Pleasant 

Azalea Miller Hendersonville 

Libby Anne Miller Athens 

Ruth Annette Milligan , Murfreesboro 

Gary Clifford Millsaps Daisy 

Alicia Ann Minor Shelbyville 

Eighth Row: 

Llllie Mitchell Hohenwald 

William Oliver Mooney Pulaski 

Benjamin Burt Moore . , Murfreesboro 

Carol Moore Chattanooga 

Carole Frances Moore Nashville 

Larry Dean Moore Smithville 

Ninth Row: 

Kirby Joyce Moorehead . , Woodbury 

Ted Moorehead Winchester 

Charles Edwin Morris Morrison 

Nancy Anne Morrow Waynesboro 

Lynda Carol Morse Humboldt 

Judy Kay Morton Woodbury 



JUNIORS 

First Row: 

James Richard Moss, Jr Nashville 

Peggy Ruth Mullins Gallatin 

Jane Myatt Nashville 

Linda Faye Nance Chattanooga 

James Ronald Nelson Chattanooga 

John E. Nelson, Jr Wheaton, Minn. 

Second Row: 

George Nolen Nerren Cleveland 

James Nichols Ringgold, Ga. 

Cleste Norris Nashville 

Polia Northcutt Spencer 

Cheryl Ann O'Brien Nashville 

Terry William Odom Murfreesboro 

Third Row: 

Roger Overton Westmoreland 

Patty Owen McMinnville 

Dawson Parker Nashville 

Connie Parkhurst Donelson 

Tad Lincoln Parvin Setauket, N. Y. 
Judy Turner Pate Bethesda 

Fourth Row: 

Mary Patterson Walter hiill 

Cheryl Pegel Oak Ridge 

Betty Perryman Chapel hHill 

Linda L. Peterson Lewisburg 

Michael Calvin Petty Nashville 

Nancy L. Pewitt Donelson 

Fifth Row: 

Bill Phillips Lewisburg 

Fradonna Phillips Cleveland 

Sharlena Phillips Nashville 

Linda Sue Pigg Santa Fe 

Joan Marie Pockrus Tullahoma 

Janice Pope Shelbyvllle 

Sixth Row: 

Susan Dianne Pope Christina 

David Pounds Chattanooga 

Olivia Powell Athens 

Patricia M. Price Whitwell 

Nancy Kay Primm Columbia 

Bonnie Ann Pyles Chapel Hill 

Seventh Row: 

William Thomas Pryon Fayetteville 

Anita F. Quails Chattanooga 

Houston Frank Raley Kingston 

Charles Rains Nashville 

Randy Rawiszer Chattanooga 

Charles Ray Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

Elizabeth Reed Knoxville 

Robert Regg Hendersonville 

Michael Reed Renner Cleveland 

Clifton Ricketts Mt. Juliet 

Charles Anthony Richards . . . Tracy City 
Brian Francis Riel Murfreesboro 

Ninth Row: 

Linda Sue Robertson Nashville 

Patricia Jane Robinette Greenville 

Ralph Edward Robbins Livingston 

Sherrill Dean Roberson Humboldt 

Stephanie Lynn Robinson Gallatin 

Martha Diane Rooker Murfreesboro 





JUNIORS 

First Row: 

Donald Charles Rust Nashville 

Patsy Carol Rutledge Lynchburg 

Carolyn Sade Buena Vista 

Jerry D. Saint Pulaski 

Norma Jean Sanders . Lebanon 

Richard Earl Sandlln Unionville 

Second Row: 

Madolyn Wynn Sapp , . . .Madison 

Barbara Schow Cleveland 

Daphna Ruth Schultz Chattanooga 

Edward Scibilia Rochester, N. Y. 

Darlene Schwartz Murfreesboro 
Joe Thomas Sewell Columbia 

Third Row: 

Sue Shelby Sparta 

Robert Joe Simms Nashville 

James Ray Simons Westmoreland 

Esther Juanita Sims Tullahoma 

Grady Sizemore Birmingham, Ala. 

Aubrey Smith . . Murfreesboro 

Fourth Row: 

Brenda Joyce Smith Franklin 

Dennis Smith Celina 

Jerry Smith Chattanooga 

Joy Smith Tullahoma 

Sara Katherine Smith Nashville 

Sarah Marie Smith Carthage 

Fifth Row: 

Marie Smythia Christiana 

Linda Speer Pulaski 

Robert Burton Speight Charlotte 

Garry Dean Spicer Fairview 

Donald Stacy Manchester 

Ronald Ray Stacy Manchester 

Sixth Row: 

Iris Starks Chattanooga 

Diane Marie Stephens Nashville 

Jane Lacy Stephens Manchester 

Charles Moss Strasser Nashville 

Joe R. Stroud, III McMinnville 

Judy Irene Suiter Smyrna 

Seventh Row: 

Buddy Sullivan Chattanooga 

Linda Jo Sullivan Nashville 

Thomas Allen Sullivan . Hermitage 

Thomas Eugene Swindle Nashville 

Gloria Talley . . . Nashville 

James Richard Tate Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

Marvin Austin Taylor Nashville 



JUNIORS 

First Row: 

David Kennon Threet Unionville 

Kenny Rae Totty Centerville 

Bobby C. Trainor Winchester 

Patricia Ann Trisler McMinnville 

Bonnie Ruth Troupe Shelbyville 

Suzanne Ullery Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

Brenda Vanderpool Smithville 

Sheri Lynn Vernon Nashville 

Anita Jane Walker Big Sandy 

Donna J. Walker Columbus, Ohio 

James Boyd Walker Signal Mt. 

James Nelson Walker Lynchburg 

Third Row: 

Nancy Allen Walker Lebanon 

Sharon Walls Nashville 

Sheila Ward Hermitage 

Linda Watson Nashville 

Emma Jean Weaver Winchester 

James Donald Webb Sparta 

Fourth Row: 

Kenneth Roy Webb Chattanooga 

Wanda Gayle Webb Memphis 

Anthony Wayne Webster, Jr. Greenbrier 

Douglas Martin Welton Old hiickory 

David James West Greenbrier 

James Norris West Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

Linda White Nashville 

Mary Mason White Cedar hiill 

James Richard Williams Mulberry 

Jan King Williams hiartsville 

Jerry Williams Murfreesboro 

Rebecca Williams Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

Lynn Gray Willis Hendersonville 

Susan Willis Lawrenceburg 

Stanley Winfree Wills Brush Creek 

Carmel hlowell Wilson Portland 

Charles Ross Wilson Crossville 

Terry Ace Wilson Readyville 

Seventh Row: 

Charlotte Winfree McMinnville 

Connie Sue Winters Summertown 

Jo Ann Wiseman Decherd 

Robert Wiser Manchester 

Leighton Wiser Nashville 

Shirley Withers Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

Lynn Womack Chattanooga 

Virginia Word Lebanon 

Walter Wheeler Wood Shelbyville 

Martha Jean Woody Santa Fe 

Helen Wooten Gainesboro 

Margaret Wooten Tullahoma 

Ninth Row: 

Mary Alice Wright Waynesboro 

Paul Wright Nashville 

Janis Lynn Young Nashville 

Roger Morris Young Pulaski 

Wilma Kay York Hampshire 

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BARBARA DUNLAP 

Secretary 



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OFFICERS 



SUZANNE SMARTT 
Treasurer 



GARY KEYT 
Vice-President 




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First Row: 

• Frank Lewis Acuff, Nashville • Bettye Sue Ad- 
cock, McMinnville • Deborah Sue Agee, Nashville 

• Jimmy Orion Alters. McMinnville • Robert 
Vance Akin, Franklin • Cynthia Allen, Arrington 

• Patricia Lou Allen, Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

• Reglna Rhea Allen, Gallatin • Kenneth Wayne 
Anderson, Nashville • Nancy Kipp Anderson, Wil- 
liamsport • Linda Aue Arney, Morrison • Patricia 
Ann Bagsby, Old Hickory • Charles Bailey, Nash- 
ville • Philip Daniel Baltz, Nashville 

Third Row: 

• Judy Fay Banks, Manchester • Richard L. Banks, 
Manchester • Brenda Kay Barnes, Murfreesboro 

• Eleanor Ann Barnes, Chattanooga • Rita Arlene 
Barnes, Nashville • Sidney Allen Barnes, McMinn- 
ville • Gloria Barnette, Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

• Paul tterman Barton, Chattanooga • Shirley Fay 
Barton, Manchester • Donald Baskin, Nashville • 
Joseph Turney Baxter, Lawrenceburg • Patricia 
Bean, Nashville • Nancy Beard. Centervllle • 
Mary Alice Beasley, Carthage 

Fifth Row: 

• Nancy Beasley, Hartsville • Shirley Kay Beasley, 
Chapel Hill • Pamela Sue Beckham, Donelson • 
Susan Paulette Bell, Winchester • Billy Bellenfant, 
Nashville • Alice Faye Belt, Nashville • Katherlne 
Jon Bengtson, Tullahoma 

Sixth Row: 

• Dora Bennett, Murfreesboro • Donna Bentley, 
Donelson • Elizabeth Ann Betz, Lawrenceburg • 
Joan Bilbrey, Livingston • Edward Shannon Black- 
man. Murfreesboro • Johnnie Ann Blair, McMinn- 
ville • Richard Stephen Blakenship. Lafayette 

Seventh Row: 

• Cecilia Blantner, Tullahoma • John Thomas 
Beernink. Bell Buckle • Janice Boling, Nashville • 
James William Bond, Chattanooga • Tommy 
Bonds, Nashville • Charles Richard Bondurant, 
Elkton • Daniel Lee Boone, Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

• Kay Bowen, Readyvllle • James A. Boyd, Mc- 
Minnville • Carolyn Marie Brashears, Oliver 
Springs • Danny Lee Brazier, Estill Springs • Bren- 
da Joy Brewer, Fayetteville • Richard Tilford Brit- 
ton, Shelbyville • Judi Ann Brodioi, Huntland 

Ninth Row: 

• Joy Ann Bromley, Savannah • Gall Diana 
Brooks, Estill Springs • Sylvester Brooks. Memphis 

• Cathy Ingrld Brown. Oak Ridge • Gary Lee 
Brown. Goodlettsville • Wanda Neil Brown, Guild 

• Betty Louise Bryan. Hillsboro 

Tenth Row: 

• Bobby Harold Bryan, Winchester • Donna Bry- 
an, Manchester • Linda Jean Bryant, Shelbyville 

• Randall Ray Buckner, Dechard • Maurice Ray 
Burgess, Murfreesboro • Jan Burns, Nashville • 
Kennedy S. Burns, Murfreesboro 

Eleventh Row: 

• Miriam Sue Burton. Shelbyville • Emily Delanore 
Butler, Murfreesboro • Allen Douglas Buzan, Lewis- 
burg • Lanl Jo Byrd, Nashville • Martha Ann 
Calfee, Chattanooga • Jean L. Callaway. Hender- 
sonvllle • Edwin Eric Carlson, Nashville 

Twelfth Row: 

• William Carpenter. Nashville • Patricia Carroll, 
Stevenson. Ala. • Barbara Ellen Carson, Lebanon 

• Tim Carson. South Pittsburg • Deanne Carter, 
Ooltewah • Joe Donald Carter, Smlthvllle • Re- 
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First Row: 

• Linda Sue Cafe, Chattanooga • Roger Curtis 
Cathey, Nashville • Robert Steven Chadwell, 
Nashville • Marilyn Chattin, Estill Springs • Sharon 
Christie, Chattanooga • Carolyn Sue Clark, Morri- 
son • Jimmy Clark, Livingston 



Second Row; 

• Roger Clark, Winchester • Betty Jo Clary. Col- 
lege Grove • Eddie Phillip Clayborne, ttartsville 

• Deborah Sue Coffman. Chattanooga • Linda 
Cohan, Nashville • Donald Coleman. Greenb-'ier 

• Sue Colley, Portland 



Third Row: 

• Angela Conway, Smithville • Robert Cooke, 
Cleveland • Claudia Copeland, Cowan • Barry 
Cordell, Chattanooga • Danell Corritore, Nash- 
ville • Shirley Cowan, Nashville • Doris Ann Cox, 
Chattanooga 



Fourth Row: 

• Stephen Crick, Verona • Rebecca Crouch, Jack- 
son • Allen Currey, Donelson • Martha Daniel, 
Woodbury • Fay Davenport. Lebanon • Peggy 
Sue Davis, McMinnville • Vicki Deal. Knoxville 



Fifth Row: 

• David Dearing, Shelbyville • Patti Deck, Ross- 
ville, Ga. • Vincent DeGeorge, Jr., Nashville 

• Patricia Delk, Williamsport • Barbara Delvin, 
Nashville • Barbara Fay Dickens. Ashland City 

• Sherry Dickerson, New Johnsonville 



Sixth Row: 

• Brenda Donald. Harriman • Robert Dorris. 
Goodlettsville • Roger Dwight Dotson, Center- 
ville • Kathy Paulette Douglas, Madison • Linda 
Ann Douglas, Nashville • Laura Drawdy. Seaford. 
Delaware • Judith Dreaden. Manchester 



Seventh Row: 

• Brenda Gayle Duke, Dickson • Patricia Duns- 
more, Sweetwater • James Douglas Dunn, Nash- 
ville • Loren S. Eastman, Lebanon • Nila 
Ronnelle Eaves. Chattanooga • Janie Ruth Ed- 
dlemon. Murfreesboro • Dawn Edwards, Erwin 



Eighth Row: 

• Marcla Lee Edwards, Columbia • Janice Annette 
Elkins, Nashville • Stephen Glen Emick. Nashville 

• Becky Ervin. Lynchburg • Sarah Jane Evin. 
Smithville • Betty Diane Erwin. Gallatin • Beverly 
Joyce Evans, Murfreesboro 



Ninth Row: 

• George Keith Fair, Manchester 
Fann, Nolensville 



Tenth Row: 

• Janice Fanning, Lynchburg • Mary Carol Farrar, 
Nashville 



Eleventh Row: 

• Shirley Farris. Unionville • Barbara Lee Ferrell 
Jackson 



Twelfth Row: 

• Deborah Lynn Ferrell. Jackson • William Doyle 
Finch, Hermitage 



First Row: 

• Carolyn Finney, Shelbyville • Arthur FIrtion, 
Hernnitage • Rene Ann Firtion. Hermitage 



Second Row: 

• William Fisher, Madison • Ronald Fehr Floy, 
Nashville • Lois Kay Floyd, Gallatin 



Third Row: 

• Nancy Louise Fly, Pulaski • Rita Foley, Spencer 

• John A. Ford, College Grove 



Fourth Row: 

• Linda Gail Foust, Nashville • Edwin Andrew 
Fox, South Pittsburg • Judith Marie Fox, Franklin 
Fifth Row: 

• Patricia Lou Fox, Franklin • Paulette Fox, Nash- 
ville • Herman Glen Franks, Collinwood 

Sixth Row; 



• Beverly Gail Frazier, Madison • Gary Freen- 
Nashville • Wallace Freeman, Nashville 
Deborah Freeze, Nashville • Larry Harris Garr 
Lebanon • Sharon Gale Gaskins. Nashville 
Ann Elizabeth Gates, Hixson 



Seventh Row: 

• Laura Jane Gerritsen, Hartsville • Stephen Carl 
Gilbert, Murfreesboro • Jerry Wayne Gillespie, 
Lebanon • Carl J. Gilliam, Chattanooga • Pearl 
Elizabeth Gipson, Lewisburg • Daniel Patrick 
Gleason, Gainesboro • Connie Marie Graves, 
Nashville 



Eighth Row: 

• Carolyn Joyce Gray, Spring City • Barton 
Gordon, Murfreesboro • Charles Edward Goss, 
Chattanooga • Pamela Ann Green, Mt. Juliet • 
Rowena Rand Greenough, Chattanooga • Randy 
Ronald Green, Nashville • Emma Lois Griffith, 
Smithville 



Ninth Row: 

• Mary Griffith, Chattanooga • Judith Ann 
Grime. Chattanooga • John A. Hackney, Law- 
renceburg • Bonnie Hagerman, Murfreesboro • 
Hennie Louise Haisten, Chattanooga • Alan Perry 
Hall, Nashville • Kathleen Marie Hall, Chatta- 
nooga 



Tenth Row: 

• Marvin George Hall, Nashville • Alva Cordell 
Hammons, Fayetteville • Carl Ardell Hammons, 
Fayetteville • Heather Hancock, Fayetteville • 
Bernadette Hane, Tullahoma • Roger Hardaway, 
Tullahoma • Bonnie Elizabeth Hardison, Cleveland 



Eleventh Row: 

• Roger Cleveland Hardison, Shelbyville • Connie 
Marie Harris, Nashville • Elmer Jacky Harrison, 
Nashville • Linda Sue Hartman, Nashville • 
Barbara Ann Hayes, McMinnville • Sharon llene 
Hege, Decatur, Ga. • Monty M. Hendon, Shelby- 



Twelfth Row: 

• Dorothy June Heriges, Nashville • Mimi Her- 
ron, Nashville • Linda Gail Hershman, Man- 
chester • Patricia Anne Hester, Shelbyville • 
Joy Lynn Hewitt, Madison • Deborah Jane Hick- 
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First Row: 

• Randal Hicks, Camden • Ronald HIclcs, Camden 

• Catherine Hill, Nashville • Debbie Hill. Lynch- 
burg • Earl Hlllls. Morrison • Nancy HIte, Mur- 
freesboro • Kent Hobbs. Chattanooga 

Second Row: 

• Barbara Holt, Nashville • William Holt, Bollver 

• Carole Hopkins, Brooksvllle. Fla. • Martha 
Hopkins, Lascassas • Michael Hosey, Old Hickory 

• Carol Horn, Jackson • Area Howard, Chat- 
tanooga 

Third Row: 

• James Phillip Howell, Lewlsburg • Wllma How- 
land, Manchester • Phyllis Howse, Sale Creek • 
Raymond Hufflnes, Hartsvllle • William Hughes, 
Loudon • Betty Hutchinson, Murfreesboro • 
Deborah Fay Islaub, Memphis 

Fourth Row: 

• Carl Raymond Jackson, Fayettevllle • Robbie 
Jacobs, Centertown • Sheryl Jakes, Murfreesboro 

• John Stephen James, Murfreesboro • Gary 
Lee Jennings, Chattanooga • Charles Jernlgan. 
Winchester • Judy Jennings, Lebanon 

Fifth Row: 

• Sandra Jernlgan. Manchester • Gayle Jenkins, 
Lebanon • James Richard Jeter, Nashville • Doris 
Evelyn Johns, Winchester • Janice Johnson, 
Watertown • Kenneth Johnson, Nashville • Larry 
Johnston, Chattanooga 

Sixth Row: 

• Frieda Jones. Jackson • Sara Ann Jones, Mur- 
freesboro • Susan Jones, Concord • Wayne 
Jones, Columbia • William Dale Jones, Fllntvllle 

• Freddie Bryan Joyner, Nashville • Mary Susan 
Justus, Batesvllle. Ark. 

Seventh Row: 

• Charlotte Keathley, Oak Ridge • Michael Keef. 
Nashville • Jane Ward Kerr, Maryvllle • Norma 
Jean Keylon, Dayton • Carol Ann Kldd, Fayette- 
vllle • Carl W. KInser, Shelbyvllle • Herbert 
Frank Knee, Winchester 

Eighth Row: 

• Donna Gall Knight, Nashville • Diane Kay 
Krouse, Nashville • Susan Irene Kunce, Indian- 
apolis. Ind. • Susan Gall Lambert. Centervllle • 
Roger M. Lamberth, White House • Frances 
Langford. Manchester • Susan Gall Lasater, Hllls- 
boro 

Ninth Row: 

• Don Clayton Ledford. Mooresville • Stephen 
H. Lester, Murfreesboro • Linda Lindenau. Corfu. 
N.Y. • Betty Lindsay, Murfreesboro • Vicki Brown 
Lindsey. Portland • Jerry Eugene Litton. Pegram • 
Dianne Locker, Pulaski 

Tenth Row: 

• Burley Don Lockridge, Nashville • John Dixon 
Logan. Lynchburg • Mary Gene Logue. Nashville 

• Ernestine Lois Long. Smyrna • Mary Catherine 
Long. Chattanooga • Jim Walter Longmlre. Daisy 

• Georgia Looney. Smyrna 

Eleventh Row: 

• Holly Ellen Love, Nashville • Julia Ann Lovett, 
Union, Ky. • Dana Martin Lowe. Murfreesboro • 
Larry Wayne Lowe. Goodlettsville • Herbert 
Michael Lusk. Woodbury • Tllden Patrick Lynch, 
Nashville • NIckey Luther Mackey, Winchester 

Twelfth Row: 

• Karen Jean Mahaffey. Nashville • Linda Jean 
Malone. Murfreesboro • Lynn Malone, Madison • 
Fred Glenn Manley. Nashville • Emily Ann 
Marshall, Celina • Barbara Ann Martin, Soddy • 
Claudia Martin. Murfreesboro 



First Row: 

• John Kenneth Martin, Hartsvllle • Sandra 
Norvella Mason, Duclitown • Stephen Mason, 
Athens • Jerre Ann Mathis. Franklin • Judy Grey 
Mathis, Alexandria • Alan C. Maxwell. Man- 
chester • Gordon Thomas Mayfield, McMinnville 

Second Row: 

• Melinda Ruth McCabe, Nashville • Mary C. 
McCaleb. Nashville • Victor Ray McCauley. Mur- 
freesboro • Karen Gay McClanahan, Shelbyville 

• Sharon Kay McClanahan, Shelbyville • Rebecca 
Sue McClarney, Tullahoma • Rebecca June Mc- 
Crary, Waverly 

Third Row: 

• David C. McGregor, McMinnville • Sara Dean 
McGregor, McMinnville • Paula Ruth McHughes, 
Jackson • Jimmy Wayne McKee, Stevenson, Ala. 

• Elizabeth Ann McLemore, Nashville • Sam King 
McMurray, College Grove • David Edward Mc- 
Williams, Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

• Marilyn Meador, Centerville • Galen Lee Med- 
lin, LaVergne • Danny Lee Melson, Shelbyville • 
Bobbye Carman Merryman, htartsville • Donald 
Carl Merryman, Nashville • Durben Eric Miller. 
Atlanta, Ga. • Clyde Clifford Millican. Rockwood 

Fifth Row: 

• Kathy Ann Millraney. McMinnville • Carol Ed- 
wena Mitchell, Frankewing • Gary Anthony Mo- 
field, Lebanon • Rhoda Anne Moles, Harriman • 
Barry Craig Money, Kingston • Martha Lue Moon, 
Harrisburg • Barbara Jean Moore, Lewlsburg 

Sixth Row: 

• Gary Lance Moore, South Pittsburg • Jimmy 
Maurice Moore, Gallatin • Margaret Ann Moore 
Murfreesboro • Linda Faye Morgan, Ripley • 
Myrna Kay Morgan, Thomaston, Ga. • Ethel 
Elizabeth Morris. Sparta • Fred Bruce Morrison. 
Gallatin 

Seventh Row: 

• Barbara Harriet Morse, Lebanon • Peggy Ann 
Moss, Gallatin • Jackie Wayne Morton, Nashville 

• Gary Edmon Mulligan, McMinnville • John 
Allen Mungle, Hartsvllle • Allen H. Myers, Mur- 
freesboro • Phillip Michael Navel, Chattanooga 

Eighth Row: 

• James R. Neal, Spring Hill • Nelda Evonne 
Newklrk, Nashville • Gary Wayne Newman, Nash- 
ville • Linda P. Newman, Tullahoma • Debrah 

Lynn Newlon, Hendersonville • Lonnie Johnson 
Newton, Nashville • Cindy Nicholson, Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

• Brenda Joyce North, Nashville • Paul William 
O'Connor, Tullahoma • Marsha Kaylin Ogathorp, 
Moss • Joanne Maria Oglesby. Nashville • Wil- 
liam H. Oglesby II, Galatia, III. • Lessby Kent 
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First Row: 

• Geneva Owens, Chattanooga • David R. Page. 
Kingston • Dennis Wayne Painter, Winchester • 
Charles Gary Palmer, Nashville • Beverly Ann 
Pangle, Chattanooga • Connie Ellen Parker, Harts- 
ville • Ellta Diane Parks, Fayettevllle 

Second Row: 

• Laurel Anne Parry, Signal Mt. • Janice Gar- 
land Parsley, Smlthvllle • Diana Lee Patterson, 
Batesville, Ark. • Peggy Sue Patton, Pelham • 
Luclan Edwin Paulk, Kingston • Johnle Odell 
Payton, Lebanon • Dwight Larry Pennington, 
Franklin 

Third Row: 

• John Timothy Perry, Nashville • Glenda Raye 
Perryman, Nashville • Timothy Edward Petre. 
Madison • Helen Frances Phillips, Stevenson, Ala. 

• John Michael Phillips, Murfreesboro • Kenneth 
Sullivan Phillips, Jr., Bell Buckle • Sandra Juanice 
Pigg, Murfreesboro 

Fourth Row: 

• Maxey Allen Piper, Gallatin • Marsha Ann 
Plemons, Murfreesboro • Ronald Eugene Polk, Old 
Hickory • Ronald Wesley Potts, Nashville • 
Michael Wayne Powell, Nashville • Penny Powell, 
Murfreesboro • La Rue Elaine Pratt, Nashville 

Fifth Row: 

• James A. Pugh, Nashville • John Michael Pyce, 
Nashville • Hugh Wayne Ramsay, Columbia • 
Sheila Marie Randolph, Crossville • Judith Eliza- 
beth Ray&urn, Columbia • Betsy Gay Reed, Nash- 
ville • Theresa Katherlne Reese, Nashville 

Sixth Row; 

• Randall Rexford Reeves, Whltwell • Theresa 
Maria Rlew, Tullahoma • Brenda Joann Rlckart, 
Hoopeston, III. • Margaret Ann Rlgsby, Eagle- 
vllle • Rebecca Louise Riley. Tullahoma • Carol 
Roblnette. Mt. Pleasant • Virginia Hill Robison, 
Florence, Ala. 

Seventh Row: 

• John M. Rochelle, Gallatin • Thomas E. Roddy, 
Hartsville • Gloria Jean Rodgers. Chattanooga 
Jo Anna Rogers, Chattanooga • 
Rock Island • Brenda Ann Ro 
Mary W. Rose, Tullahoma 

Eighth Row: 

• Helen Lynn Rotella, Nashville • Ted Lacy Rozell, 
Chapel Hill • Robert Leslie Rucker, Nashville • 
Hilda Louise Rust. Klnston Springs • Jerry Rye, 
Murfreesboro • Connie Jo Sadler, Nashville • 
Marian Ann Sanders, Cleveland 

Ninth Row: 

• Patrick Batey Sanders, Brentwood • Maybelle 
Sauls. Tullahoma** Gary Lee Sawyer, Nashville • 
Reba Joyce Schmidt, Murfreesboro • Stephen 
Ross Schulman, Nashville • Mary Alice Seaver, 
Nashville • Linda Faye Seigler, Murfreesboro 

Tenth Row: 

• Nancy Louise Sellars. Nashville • Donna Marie 
Selph, Nashville • John S. Shannon. Kirkwood, 

Mo. • James Henry Shaw, Atlanta, Ga. • 
Patricia Galle Shearron. Ashland City • George 
Don Shotwell. Nashville • Eleanor M. Sikes, Wood- 
bury 

Eleventh Row: 

. James F. Slmms, Evanston, III. • David E. 
Simpson, Nashville • Jackie Sisk, Manchester • 
Julia Suzanne Smartt, Chattanooga • Jewell 
Smiley, Lewisburg • Cherry Ann Smith, Shelby- 

ville • Daria Dawn Smith, Nashville 

Twelfth Row: 

• Emily Ada Smith. Shelbyville • Mary Orlene 
Smith, Hermitage • Mary Washington Smith, 
Centerville • Pat A. Smith. Nashville • Robert 
Wayne Smith, Tullahoma • Sandra Smith, Wood- 
bury • Audrey Diane Smlthson. Tullahoma 



Rosalind Rogers, 
Altamont • 



SOPHOMORES 



First Row: 

• Edward Soloman, McMinnvllle • Stephen Speer, 
Pulaski • Robert Stanmer, Chapel Hill • Ronald 
Talmadge Stansel. Chattanooga • Mary Janice 
Starnes, Chattanooga • Joe Billy Stevenson, Taft 

• Lee Paulette Stilts, Nashville 

Second Row: 

• Peggy Sue Stilts, Nashville • Angelo Stinnett, 
Lewisburg • William Storey, Smyrna • Darlene 
Stroop, Murfreesboro • Jerry Stuart, McEwen • 
Norma Jane Stubblefleld, McMinnvllle • Elliott 
Sullivan, Lawrenceburg 

Third Row: 

• James Larry Sullivan, Eagleville • Joe Edward 
Sullivan, Mt. Juliet • Ernest Clyde Summar, Mur- 
freesboro • Bertha Ann Sutton, Nashville • Wil- 
liam Dale Swafford, South Pittsburg • Danny Lynn 
Talley, Nashville • Betty Ruth Tarpley, Murfrees- 
boro 

Fourth Row: 

• Philip Tarpley. Cornersville • Gordon Nlles 
Taylor, Sewanee • James Taylor, Columbia • 
Martha Ellen Taylor, Oak Ridge • Peggy Williams 
Taylor, Eagleville • Sandra Kay Taylor, Nashville 

• James Keith Thacker. Manchester 

Fifth Row: 

• Marvin Wayne Thomas, Nashville • John A. 
Thompson, South Pittsburg • William Thrasher, 
Savannah • Melvln DeWayne Trail, Fayettevllle • 
Randall Trail, Manchester • Judy Dlanne Tram- 
mell, Lawrenceburg • Janle Trolllnger, Lewisburg 

Sixth Row; 

• Jackie Doyle Turner, Nashville • Joan Carolyn 
Turner, Murfreesboro • Paul S. Turney. South 
Pittsburg • Lawrence Tuttle, Hohenwald • Linda 
Gray Underwood, Paris • Laura Mae Vaden, 
Watertown • Jerry Paul Vanatta, Liberty 

Seventh Row: 

• Sharon Lynn Vantrease. Harrlman • Howell 
Douglas Vaughn, Nashville • Mary Lillian Vaughan. 
Nashville • Wayne D. Vincil, Lenoir City • Sharon 
Diane Waggoner, Franklin • Kay Wagster, Fay- 
ettevllle • Stephen Walden, Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

• Brenda Faye Waldron, Lavergne • Claudia 
Waller, Donelson • Richard David Wann, Rossville. 
Ga. • Cindy Warren, Chattanooga • Brenda 
Kay Watson, McMinnvllle • Eve Carol Watson, 
Gallatin • Brenda Weaver. Tuilahoma 

Ninth Row: 

Richard Lee Webb. Chattanooga • Joseph 
stfall, Murfreesboro • Macla Lee Wetherford, 



W. 
Nashv 
Wlllla 
Summ 



lie • Debbie White. Chattanooga • Bettye 
ns, Watertown • Gregory Alex Williams, 
^rvllle. Ga. • Pamela Williams. Chattanooga 



Tenth Row: 

• Lynn Williamson. Dalton. Ga. • Ava Diane 
Wilson, Columbia • Elizabeth Wilson, Columbia • 
Dixie Wood. Nashville • Debra Ann Woodcock, 
Red Boiling Springs 

Eleventh Row: 

• James Michael Woods. Smyrna • James Wood- 
son, Shelbyville • Dorothy June Workman, Fayette- 
vllle • Teresa Ellen Worley, Tuilahoma • Patsy 
Elaine Wright, McMinnvllle 

Twelfth Row: 

• Marilyn Gall Wyatt. Murfreesboro • Vicki Lynn 
York. Franklin • Jane E. Young, Dayton • John 
C. Zimmerman, Hermitage • Pamela Layne Zim- 
merman, Winchester 




GAYLE LYON 
Secretary 





FRANCES WELCH 

Treasurer 


JIM CUNNINGHAM 
Vice-President 


FRESHMAN 


CLASS 


OFFICERS 





BUSTER WOLFE 
President 



BILL YARBOROUGH 
Sergeant-At-Arms 




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FRESHMEN 

First Row: 

• Morgan D. Abernathy, Columbia • Patricia 
Diana Adanns. Manchester • Timothy L. Adgent. 
Nashville • Susan Gayle Alday. Chattanooga • 
Nancy Alexander, Madison • Edna Lynette Allen, 
Nashville • Howard Duane Allen, Columbia 

Second Row: 

• Kathleen Madeline Allen. Murfreesboro • Tricia 
Allison, Chattanooga • Pamela Kaye Altrichter, 
Nashville • Danny E. Alvls, Nashville • Janice 
Ann Anderson, Nashville • Janice G. Anderson, 
Brentwood • Joyce Ann Anderson, Oak Ridge 

Third Row: 

• William Marshall Anderson, Shelbyville • Reba 
Susan Anglea, Nashville • Rebecca Vernon Anglin, 
Murfreesboro • Linda Arnold, Looltout Mt. • 
Mary Kathleen Arnold, Murfreesboro • Shirley 
Diane Arnold, Huntsville, Ala. • Linda Arms, 
Murfreesboro 

Fourth Row: 

• Katharine Ann Austin, S.oarta • Marsha Gail 
Bagwell, Chattanooga • Deborah C. Baker, Chat- 
tanooga • James Milton Baker, College Grove • 
Wayne Baker, Fayetteville • James Edward Barch, 
Murfreesboro • Carolyn Jean Barger, Chattanooga 

Fifth Row: 

• Dorris Elizabeth Barder, Dunlap • Wanda Fay 
Barkley, Chattanooga • Douglas Barlar, Pulaski • 
Jane Marie Barnes, Chattanooga • Albert Gordon 
Barnhill, Murfreesboro • Billie Lynn Barringer, 
Memphis • Susan Gayle Bass, Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

• Thomas Allen Baxter, Murfreesboro • Martha 
Bynn Beadle, Nashville • Ann Elizabeth Beasley, 
Franklin • Mary Guy Beaver, Ringgold, Ga. • 
Sharon Dee Beech, Nashville • Ann Benson, Hen- 
dersonville • Delores Marie Bentley, Memphis 

Seventh Row: 

• Mary Fred Bentley, Gallatin • Rebecca Ann 
Bevels, Fayetteville • Mary Ellen Bevington, Nash- 
ville • Jeanna Elaine BInkley, Nashville • Betty 
Louise Blair, McMInnville • June Blakley, Gallatin 

• Betty Rose Blalock, Lawrenceburg 

Eighth Row: 

• William Bland. Winchester • Allene Patricia 
Bledsoe, Hixson • Sandra Rene Blick, Murfreesboro 

• Timothy Eugene Bodey, Manchester • Janet L. 
Bohannon, Chattanooga • Joyce Love Bomar 
Shelbyville • Brenda Paulette Bond, McMInnville 

Ninth Row: 

• Brett Harris Bonham, Murfreesboro • Margaret 
Anne Bowden, Monteagle • Judy C. Bozeman, 
Charleston • Ronald L. Brackeen, Hohenwald • 
Linda Faye Bradford, Fayetteville • Robert Barry 
Bradford, Fayetteville • Beverly Jo Bradley, Nash- 
ville 

Tenth Row: 

• Barbara Jean Brake, Nashville • Charlotte 
Jacquelyn Branch, Hixson • Rosemary Brantley, 
Springfield • Leila Kay Brashears. Oliver Springs 

• Dola Dear Brewer, McMInnville • Leonard 
Joseph Brisson, Murfreesboro • Mary Beth Brock- 
man, Sparta 

Eleventh Row: 

• Barbara Elaine Brown, Nashville • Danny Wayne 
Brown, Fairview • Elaine F. Brown, McMInnville • 
Gerald Travis Brown. Athens • Jerry Dwain Brown, 
Murfreesboro • Jo Anna Brown, Nashville • Jo 
Howard Brown, Nashville 

Twelfth Row: 

• Jamie Kay Bryan, Manchester • Karen Marie 
Bryant, Smyrna • Rose Marie Buchanan, Shelby- 
ville • Gary Lee Buckner, Chattanooga • Susan 
Starr Buckner, Chattanooga • Cathey Lou Bunch, 
Nashville • Jane Burden, Oak Ridge 









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First Row: 

• Ray David Burger, Smlthvllle • Deborah A. 
Burnette, Smyrna • Jinn C. Burnette, Murfreesboro 

• Charles Dean Burns, Nashville • Michael K. 
Buroughs, Madison • Suzanne Busy, Murfreesboro 

• Brenda Kay Bufner, Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

• Harold Ellis Buttrey, Falrvlew • Edna Fay 
Bynum, Murfreesboro • Malgunn Terrel Bynum, 

tvllle • Marlnda Sue Byrd, Nashville • 
D. Caffey, Murfreesboro • Linda Carol 
Richard City • Frances Penny Caldwell 



III, Fl 
James 
Cagle, 
Gallatin 



Third Row: 

• Nancy Irene Campbell, Nashville • Ronald 
Reed Campbell, Wartrace • Thomas Edward 
Campbell. Nashville • Sherry Lynn Cannon, Nash- 
ville • Kerry Lynnette Cantrell, McMinnville • 
Dana Deonna Capps, Madison • Brenda Gayle 
Cerey, Lebanon 



Fourth Row: 












• Cathey Jo 


Carr 


ey, N 


ashvllle 


. Brend 


a Joyce 


Carroll, Counc 


e * 


Caro 


Frances 


Carson, 


Shelby- 


vllle • Roge 


Lee 


nard 


Carson, 


Chattan 


Doga • 


Elizabeth Joyc 


e C 


arter. 


Nashville 


• Ma 


y Con- 


stance Carter 


Fayettevll 


e • Lyia 


Cheryl 


Carver, 


Manchester 












Fifth Row: 












• Cynthia Ar 


n Cary, N 


ew John 


onvllle 


• Diane 


Theresa Cashc 


, Nashville 


• Beve 


riy Ann 


Casteel 


Chattanooga 


• Marlene 


Cates, T 


ullahoma 


• Jan- 



Ice Louise Cathcart, Nashville • Linda F. Cathey, 
Dickson • Bobby Eugene Cawer, Pleasant Shade 

Sixth Row: 

• Brenda Mae Chauncey, Daisy • Janet Chattin, 
Estill Springs • Travis Vance Cherry, Moss • 
Julie Ann Child, McMinnville • James Chrietzberg, 
III, Murfreesboro • Cheryl Clark, Chattanooga • 
Margaret Ann Clark, Vienna, Austria 

Seventh Row: 

• Dale Bruce Clements, Nashville • James Scott 
Clendenlng, Nashville • Majorie Ann Cllnard, 
Madison • James Boyd Cobb. Loudon • Cath- 
erine Sue Colebroolce. Franklin • Paul Anthony 
Coleman, Goodlettsvllle • Billy Wayne Collins. 
Fayettevllle 

Eighth Row: 

• Danny Kenneth Conger, Liberty • Anna Chris- 
tina Cook. Red Boiling Springs • Phillip Brian 
Cook. Shelbyville • Mary Lee Cooper, Sparta • 
Larry Wayne Copper, Nashville • Larry Alvin 
Coppy, Chattanooga • Charles Lewis Correll. 
Donelson 



73 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Stephen Alan Covington, Chattanooga • Jesse 
Warren Cox, Smyrna • Neal Lynn Cox, McMinn- 
ville • Barbara Ann Crenshaw, Murfreesboro • 
Mary Lou Crockett. Murfreesboro • Martha Mari- 
lyn CroweN, Nashville • Vickie Lou Curtis, Mc- 

Minnville 
Second Row: 

• Alice DIan Cutrell, Nashville • Kenneth Dacrell, 
Nashville • Jimmy Michael Daniel, Fayetteville • 
Bill Dannyli. Goodlettsville • Cynthia Sue Dasch, 
Quincy, Illinois • Billy Dudley Davenport, Jr., 
Springfield • Jim Henry Davenport, Chattanooga 

Third Row: 

• Mickey Davenport, Lebanon • Donna Jean 
Daves, Fayetteville • Suzanne Marie Davis, Nash- 
ville • Barbara Deal, Tullahoma • Craig La Von 
Dean, Nashville • Howard Dean. Nashville • 
Linda Marie Deckelmann, Clinton 

Fourth Row: 

• Peggy Dianne De Priest. Nashville • Sue Carol 
DeWeese. Gallatin • Dianne Elaine Dockery, Chat- 
tanooga • Doleres June Dodson, Spencer • Con- 
nie Marie Dollinger, Madison • Lucie Gay Donnell, 
Murfreesboro • Roger H. Dotson. Manchester 

Fifth Row: 

• Bernard Jesse Doubler, Murfreesboro • Janice 
Lynn Dozier, Nashville • Carol Louise Draper, 
Nashville • Wanda Louise Draughon, Chattanooga 

• Martha Earlene Driver, Nashville • Bette M. 
Duggln. Woodbury • Julia Christie Duke, Nash- 
ville 

Sixth Row: 

• Lyndal Elvin Dulce, Manchester • Patricia Ann 
Duke, Manchester • Joan Eileen Duker, Murfrees- 
boro • Diane Rosalie Dunn, Hixson • Glyn Doug- 
las Duvall, Nashville • S. Dale Eakes. Lebanon • 
Bennie Lavera Eaton, Manchester 

Seventh Row: 

• Eric Wayne Edstrom, Shelbyville • Sammy Hoi- 
lis Edward, Lebanon • Bessie Gayle Edwards, Shel- 
byville • Elizabeth Irene Edwards, Nashville • 
Gwendolyn Faye Edwards, Hermitage • Mary Al- 
ice Ervin. Smithville • David Joe Esa, Columbia 








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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Belinda Gayle Escue, Nashville • James Frank 
Esltew, Donelson • Wayne Lee Esllcic, Lynchburg • 
Johnnie Beth Evans, Hixson • Stanley Martin 
Evans, Chattanooga • Roy Hicks Farmer, Lebanon 

• William Terry Farmer, Chattanooga 

Second Row; 

• Lauralyn Farrar. Shelbyville • Howard Christo- 
pher Fathera, Murfreesboro • Michael L. Fedak. 
Murfreesboro • Peggie Jo Felton, Sparta • Drena 
Joy Ferguson, Madison • Thomas Wilson Fink, 

Buffalo, New York • Galen Dwight Fish. Temper- 
ence Hall 

Third Row: 

• Calice Jeweline Fisher, Shelbyville • Glenn 
Houston Fisher, Old Hickory • Lynda Jean Fisher. 
Nashville • Vivian Liset E Fitzgerald, Nashville • 
Michael Smith Flanagan. Nashville • Bonnie Jo 
Forehand, Nashville • Samuel H. Forsythe. Nash- 
ville 

Fourth Row: 

• Judy Gail Foster. Smithvllle • Deborah Marie 
Foust, Nashville • Rebecca Ann Fragasse. Nash- 
ville • Brace Edward Frasier, Sparta • Peggy Lynn 
Frazler, Dowellfown • Marcia Dianne Frlel. Chat- 
tanooga • Judith Ann Folkner, Chattanooga 

Fifth Row: 

• Steven Craig Fuller, Nashville • Jarrett Virginia 
Fults. Tracy City • Susan Lea Fusse, Nashville • 
Jimmie Lonn Gammon, Murfreesboro • Ronnie 
Boyd Gannon. Murfreesboro • Blllle Ruth Gass, 
Trenton. Georgia • Kenny L. Gentry, Chattanooga 

Sixth Row: 

• Ricky E. Gill, Nashville • Wanda Faye Gillespie. 
Nashville • Deborah Gilliam. Nashville • Kenneth 
Michael Goad. Murfreesboro • Rebecca Jo Gools- 
by. Decherd • Marion Arlene Gowin. Nashville • 
Betty Sue Craddock, Chattanooga 

Seventh Row: 

• Nancy Deanna Green. Lafayette • Susan 
Greene. Madison • Charlotte Ann Gregory. Gal- 
latin • Patricia Ann Griffin. Flintvllle • Susan E. 
Griffin. Murfreesboro • James Kenward Griffith. 
Liberty • Ruby Joyce Griffith, Smithvllle 

Eighth Row: 

• Linda C. Guffey, Chattanooga • Debbie Kay 
Gurkin, Nashville • Norma Jean Hagan, Red Boil- 
ing Springs • Carrol Elaine Hale, Nashville • 
Vanita Marie Hale. Murfreesboro • Isam Hallm, 
Jenix, Jordan • Carol Virginia Hall, Waverly 

Ninth Row: 

• Deborah Lynne Hall. Nashville • Russell F. Hal- 
lum, Wichita Falls, Texas • Beth Hammond. Nash- 
ville • Lindon Edward Hammond. Ethridge • 
Jane Hamrick. Hixson • Charles David Hannah, 
Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia • Susan Janet Hannah, 
Pulaski 

Tenth Row: 

• Margaret Ruth Hardin. Nashville • Pamela Kay 
Hardin, Portland • Donna Faye Hardy, Donelson 

• Vickie Glynn Harlan, Madison • Ronald Reed 
Harmon, McMInnvIlIe • Constance Ann Harper, 
Nashville • Tookey Harper, Tracy City 

Eleventh Row: 

• Warren Sanford Harris. Jr.. Tullahoma • Charles 
Randall Hart. Murfreesboro • Georgeann Hart, 
Nashville • Beverly Ann Hartman, Nashville • 
Deborah Kay Hayes, Murfreesboro • John Rich- 
ard Hayes, Nashville • Hugh Franklin Haynes. Col- 
lege Grove 

Twelfth Row: 

• William Houston Haynes. Eagleville • Catherine 
Healy. Nashville • Rebecca Ann Hearon. Ashland 
City • Judy Gall Heath. Madison • Vickie Ann 
Heflln. Nashville • Marsha Montez Hendon, Shel- 
Dyvllle • Luther Hutson Hendrix. Lawrenceburg 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Barbara Diane Henry, Nashville • Teresa Fox 
Henry, Cornersville • Betty June Hester, Dover • 
Llllle Carolyn Hibdon, Centertown • Joel Alan 
Hice, Tullahoma • Norris Bruce Higdon, Murfrees- 
boro • Stephen H. Highers, Castalion Springs 

Second Row: 

• William Clifton Hlllis, McMlnnville • Annette 
Hinch, Chattanooga • Kathleen Hinds, Nashville 

• Samuel Winton Hixson, Chattanooga • Randall 
Perry Hobbs, Nashville • Pamela M. Hodges, 
Memphis • Flavil Alan Holder, McMlnnville 

Third Row: 

• Joseph Preston Holland, Nashville • Kathy Anne 
Holt, Nashville • Philip Garland Honeycutt, Mur- 
freesboro • David Murray Hood, Nashville • Jo- 
ann Hood, Columbia • Patsy Elaine Hooks, 
Chattanooga • Judy Lynn Hoope, Chattanooga 

Fourth Row: 

• Janet Lynn Hooper, Nashville • Shiela Dianne 
Hoover, Nashville • William Howard, Chattanooga 

• Kenneth Cecil Howell, Columbia • David Milton 
Huddleston, Hendersonville • Margaret Huddles- 
ton, Watertown • Terry Bennett Hudson, Lafayette 

Fifth Row: 

• Teresa Charlene Hughes, Fairview • Patricia 
Ruth Hunt, Nashville • Marcia Lynne Hunter, 
Winchester • James Glenn Inglis, Chattanooga • 
Jeanne Carol Ingram, Nashville • Mary Faith In- 
gram. Pulasti • Charles Michael Jackson 

Sixth Row: 

• Constance Maria Jackson, Shelbyville • Eliza- 
beth Grace Jackson, Chattanooga • Linda Faye 
Jackson, Franklin • Danny Joe Jacobs, McMlnnville 

• Marilyn Sue Jenkins, Chattanooga • Neal Lee 
Jennings, Jr., Donelson • Teresa Jane Jett, Nash- 
ville 

Seventh Row: 

• Betsy Ann Johnson, Nashville • Peggy Lucine 
Johnson, Nashville • Reggie Herman Johnson, 
Manchester • Terrence Wayne Johnson, Nashville 

• Marcia Gail Johnston, Old Hickory • Beverly 
Sue Jones, Lebanon • Robert Ezell Jones, Nashville 

Eighth Row: 

• Barbara Anne Jordan, Nashville • Mary Alice 
Jordan, Brentwood • Raymond Donald Jordan. 



• Stanley Lee Josleyn, Nashville • 
Julian, Chattanooga • Jackie Eliza- 
McMinnville • Martha Kay Keay, 



Murfreesboro 
Teena Dianne 
beth Juokins, 
Springfield 

Ninth Row: 

• Theresse Charlene Keef, Jasper • Patrick Joel 
Kelly. Pulaski • Linda Louise Keyt. Springfield • 
Darryl Wayne Kllgore, Dickson • Carol Ann King, 
Nashville • Linda Gail King. Oliver Springs • 
Marilynn Sue King, Nashville 

Tenth Row: 

• Teddy Ray King, Nashville • Robert E. Kirk- 
man, Murfreesboro • Martha Lea Knell. Nashville 

• Darrell N. Knox, Murfreesboro • Donna Jean 
Knox, Ashland City • Peggy Diane Kuchta, Madi- 
son • Debby Lynn Krouse, Nashville 

Eleventh Row: 

• Frances Deane Lacy, Manchester • Nancy Ka- 
ren Lacy, Oak Ridge • Karen Jo Laifrew, Nash- 
ville • Betty Jo Lancaster, Franklin • Glenn 
Edward Lane, White House • Priscilla Anne Lang- 
ley, Chattanooga • Evelyn Faye Lanham, McMlnn- 
ville 

Twelfth Row: 

• William Floyd Lamb, Eagleville • Cathey June 
Lambert, Granville • Gordon Ray Lampley, Fair- 
view • Claudette Ailene Larkins, Nashville • 
Cherle Renee Larson, Smyrna • David Lloyd 
Lawrence, Nashville • Karen Elaine Lawter, Smyrna 





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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Peggy Ernestine Layne, Murfreesboro • Sandra 
Faye Lazenby, Decherd • Carol M. Lee, Nashville 

• Donald Ray Lee, Bell Buckle • Rhonda Lucille 
Leming, Murfreesboro • Debbie Leppink, Nash- 
ville • Lester Wright Levi, Murfreesboro 

Second Row: 

• Debra Kaye Lewis, Manchester • Juanita Irene 
Lewis, Decatur • Laura M. Lewis. Chattanooga • 
Patricia Anne Linder. Nashville • Mary Evelyn 
Locke, Nashville • Gene Lomax. Madison • Donna 
Jo Long, Murfreesboro • Margaret S. Loomis, 
Sweetwater 

Third Row: 

• Alma Kay Lowry, Manchester • Ricky Dale Lu- 
cas. McEwen • Sue Janis Lumpkins, Winchester 

• Debra Lee Lundien. Chattanooga • Marjorie 
Lynn Lunsford, Nashville • Lawrence Ernest Lusky, 
Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

• Patricia Anita Mabry, Nashville • Ronnie Ma- 
haffey, Klttrell • Sharon Lynn Maine, Chattanooga 

• Phyllis Yvonne Malone, Nashville • Rochelle 
Jeanette Marsh. Chattanooga • Jerry H. Martin. 
Madison • La Handa Va Linda Martin, Donelson 

Fifth Row: 

• Sherry Kay Martin, Nashville • Glenda Jean 
Masengil, Chattanooga • Glenda Mason, Athens 

• W. Rickey Mathls, Chattanooga • hlarry 
Matthews, Unlontown. Pa. • James E. Matthews, 
Bridgeport, Alabama • William M. Matthews, 
Nashville 

Sixth Row: 

• Faye Watts Maxwell, Nashville • Shelia K. 
May, Waverly • Ronald Howard Mayo, Nashville 

• James Edward Mayo, Nashville • Marable Lee 
Mayo, Nashville • Dennis Jerome McBride, Nash- 
ville • Margaret McBride, Smithville 

Seventh Row: 

• Sharon McBroom, Murfreesboro • Claudia Swift 
McCarthy, Tullahoma • Kenneth Maurice McClain, 
Nashville • Linda Joyce McClaran, Murfreesboro 

• Ronnie C. McColgan, Donelson • Bill Price Mc- 
Collum, Cowan • Ruby Louise McConnell. Nash- 
ville 

Eighth Row: 

• Gloria McCool, Nashville • Harvey Edwin Mc- 
Coy, Chattanooga • Claudia Irene McCullough. 
Hendersonville • Judy Elaine McDaniel. Tullahoma 

• Jimmie Irene McDowell, Rock Island • Barbara 
Lynn McElroy. Chattanooga • Dianne McEwen. 
Nashville 



Ninth Row: 

• Richard McFarlane 
Farlane, Winchester 
Nashville 



Cowan • Ronald Mc- 
trlcia Branyon McGaw, 



Tenth Row: 

• Linda Cheryl McKenzie, Chattanooga 
William McKnlght, Jr., Murfreesboro 
McKnlght Wade. Murfreesboro 



Eleventh Row: 




• Katherine Ann McMaham, Nashville 


• Patricia 


Ann McMurtry, White House • Linda 


Carol Mc- 


Pherson, McMinnville 




Twelfth Row: 




• Michael Ray Meade. Brentwood 


• Barbara 


Gayle Meadows, Nashville • Landow 


Darl Med- 


ley. Doyle 





FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Eugene Carl Merriman. Manchester • Patricia 
Donna Michaud, Murfreesboro • Lawrence A. Mil- 
lion, Hendersonville • Connie Ann Miller, Shelby- 
ville • Kathy A. Miller, Murfreesboro • Melinda 
Grace Milton, Shelbyville • Milton Ray Smith. 
FHermitage 

Second Row: 

• Doris Kaye Mitchell, Old Hickory • Kenneth 
Mitchell, Lebanon • Robbie Elaine Mitchell, Good- 
lettsville • Sue Mitchell, Woodbury • Marie 
Moon, Decatur • Carol Jane Moore. Nashville 

Third Row: 

• Deborah Lynn Moore, Tullahoma • Dyanna 
Moore, Murfreesboro • Louise Goddard Moore. 
Nashville • Peggy Jeanine Moore, Soddy • Janis 
Charlene Montgomery, Nashville • Mary Jo Mor- 
gan. Manchester • Donna Ray Morton, Manches- 
ter • David Thomas Mosier, Nashville 

Fourth Row: 

• Keatha Mai Mullins. Nashville • George Alex- 
ander Murphy. Nashville • Dorothy Musby. Mur- 
freesboro • Fred Joseph Najar. Madison • Cheryl 
M. Newman, Hendersonville • Sammie Lowis Nice- 
ly, Russelville • Audrey Patricia Nicholas, Jamaica, 
West Indies 

Fifth Row: 

• Norma Sue Nichols, Readyvllle • Sylvia Joyce 
Nichols, Hermitage • Lina Kay Mohamadkhani, 
Belvidere, III. • William Joseph Norris, Daisy • 
Anne Northcutt, Manchester • Elaine Jean Offi- 
cer, Nashville • Harold Dean Ogle, Elora 

Sixth Row: 

• Betty Dee Oldham. Hartsville • Joseph Gard- 
ner Ormsby, Nashville • James Michael Orrick, 
McMinnville • Robert Eugene Orton, Lawrence- 
burg • James Edward Orrand. Nashville • Sherri 
Ann Overton, Madison • Belinda Ann Page. Man- 
chester 

Seventh Row: 

• Madeline Kay Parker, Nashville • Virginia Su- 
san Parsons, Murfreesboro • Emily Diane Patterson, 
Chattanooga • Gregory Waymon Patterson, Nash- 
ville • James R. Patterson, Jr., Watertown • Phil- 
lip S. Patterson, Madison • Linda Kay Patton, 
Watertown 

Eighth Row: 

• Donald Emmett Pavatte, Lavarne • Michael 
Stanley Payne, Nashville • Robert Gary Peck. 
Chattanooga • Janie Lou Pennington, Celina • 
Emily Wright Pentecost, Charlotte • Charles 
Everett Perkins. III. White House • Charles Ron- 
nie Ferryman. Shelbyville 











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FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• Russell Lee Pettit, Atlanta, Georgia • Ellen 
Gayle Petty, Kingston Springs • Tina Marie Pfeif- 
fer, Murfreesboro • Frances Carolyn Phillips. Nash- 
ville • Warren W. Phillips, Waynesboro • Glenda 

A. Pillow, Murfreesboro • Matti Ann Pilkington, 
Shelbyville 

Second Row: 

• Donna Fay Pylant, Shelbyville • Glen Roy Pink- 
ston, Sr., Shelbyville • Susan Marie Pope, Chatta- 
nooga • Elmer Ray Potts. Nashville • Jerry Lee 
Potts, Colunnbia • Susan Renee Potts, Chattanooga 

• Rebecca Lee Preacher, Madison 

Third Row: 

• Barbara Ann Prochaska. Murfreesboro • Linda 
Dianne Pruett. Nashville • Barbara Ann Puckett, 
Hampton, Virginia • Deborah Ruth Pugh, Nashville 

• Randee Jo Rackley, Nashville • James Maurice 
Radford. Nashville • Rita Marilyn Ramsey, Nash- 
ville 

Fourth Row: 

• Audrey Jo Rascoe, Bonecave • Sherryl Ann 
Rector, Madison • Betty Sharon Reed, Woodbury 

• David Re<id. Nashville • John Pratt Reed. 
Eaglesville • Linda Carol Reese, Nashville • Rob- 
ert Grant Reid, Athens 

Fifth Row: 

• Barbara Diane Renegar, Shelbyville • Danny 
Wayne Reynolds. Jonesboro • Phillis Elaine Rey- 
nolds, McMinnville • William Leslie Reynolds. 
Nashville • Carol Ann Rhea. Murfreesboro • 
Marian Ann Richardson. Riddleton • Blllie Jeanne 
Rlggan, Sante Fe 

Sixth Row: 

• Richard Brent Rigsby, Sparta • Eddie Dwlght 
Riley, Flintvllle • William Riley. Jr., Murfreesboro 

• Debbie Faye Roberts, Lawrenceburg • Jerry 

B. Roberts, Manchester • Jimmy Wayne Roberts, 
Antioch • Rebecca Ann Roberts, Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

• Joyce Robertson. Lewisburg • Elizabeth Hayes 
Robinson, Humboldt • Wllbel Thomas Rock, Chat- 
tanooga • Jud Kirkpatrick Rodney, Franklin • 
Alice Tralece Rogers, White House • Wanda Gall 
Rollins, College Grove • Richard Michael Rose. 
Decherd 

Eighth Row: 

• Joan Claire Rothwell, Nashville • Mitchell Ed- 
ward Rowland, Liberty • Theresa Anne Rucker, 
Murfreesboro • John Nichols Ruhl. Woodbury • 
Allen Lewis Russell, Donelson • Joan Nina Russo, 
Nashville • Bettie Jean Safley. Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

• Peggy Sain, Nashville • Judy Elaine Sanders, 
Murfreesboro • Bobby Wayne Sands, Lynvllle • 
Pamela Ann Sands. Princeton Jet, New Jersey 

• Carolyn Ann Saylors, Sparta • Teresa Jane 
Schablik, Nashville • Caria June Scott, McMinn- 
ville 

Tenth Row: 

• Freda Scott, Craborchard • Ronald Lee Scott. 
Sparta • William Owen Scott, Huntsvllle, Alabama 

• Sherian Lynn Shell, Manchester • Jane Lee 
Sherrill, Columbia • Shirley Fay Shirley. Woodbury 

• Linda Lucille Shockley, Spenser 

Eleventh Row: 

• Juanita Mae Shults, Summertown • Jackson 
Sidebottom, Murfreesboro • Glen Simmons. Tulla- 
homa • Ronald Keith Singleton, Franklin • Cath- 
erine Dyan Sinor, Nashville • Ida Susan Simpson, 
McMinnville • Jerry M. Simpson, Nashville 

Twelfth Row: 

• Suzanne Sims, Nashville • Larry E. Slsco, Itohe- 
wald • Raymond Slsco, Lawrenceburg • Linda 
Carol Slssom, Woodbury • Janet Gail Shadwick, 
Chattanooga • John Nolan Sharbel, Nashville • 
Debbie Raye Shaver, Nashville 



FRESHMEN 



First Row: 

• James Douglas Sloan, III, Nashville • William 
Canady Small, Nashville • Nancy Ellen Smalling, 
Red Boiling Springs • Charlotte Leigh Smith, Mc- 
Minnville • Lucy Christine Smith, Memphis • Nina 
Sharon Smith, Woodbury • Mary Louise Smith, 
Bell Buckle 



Second Row: 

• Patrick Smith Smith, Milwaukee, Wisconsin • 
Ronald Eugene Smith, Shelbyville • Vickie Nell 
Smith, Nashville • Kathy Jean Smore, Smyrna • 
Emmett Henry Smythia, Christiana • Nancy D. 
Snipes, McMinnville • Mary Ann Spain, Hender- 
sonville 



Third Row: 

• Deborah Ann Sparkman, Chattanooga • Nancy 

Jean Spinks, Gallatin • James Dale Sprouse. 

White House • Mary St. Clair, Hixson • James 

Lynn Stallings, Shelbyville • Carollyn Jean Stal- 
naker, Elkins, West Virginia • Lucille Starks, Chat- 
tanooga 



Fourth Row: 

• James A. Starr, Nashville • Phillip Wayne Ste- 
phens. Murfreesboro • Linda Jane Stephenson, 
Chattanooga • James Ray Stewart, Celina • 
Monty Russell Stewart, Dickson • Wanda Ann 
Stewart, Fayetteville • Frankie Ann Stevens, Nash- 
ville 



Fifth Row: 

• Cary Dwayne Stuart, McEwen • Donna Stubble- 
field, Viola • James H. Suter, III, Springfield • 
James Darrow Sutton, Jr., Murfreesboro • William 
Franklin Swader, Lascassas • Virginia Lee Swallows, 

Livingston • Wanda Faye Swift, Greenbrier 



Sixth Row: 

• Gloria Jeanne Swope, Chattanooga • Thomas 
William Tanner, Nashville • Ronald Melvln Tate. 
Nashville 



Seventh Row: 

• Betty Jo Taylor, Fayetteville • Carol Marie Tay- 
lor, Goodlettsville • Deborah Renie Taylor. Chat- 
tanooga 



Eighth Row: 

• David Michael Taylor, Fayetteville • John Leslie 
Taylor, Franklin • Nancy Dianne Taylor, Murfrees- 
boro 



Ninth Row: 

• Robert Taylor, Jr., Lebanon • Linda Lee Tegar- 
don, Nashville • James Earl Thomas, Loudon 



Tenth Row: 

• Joyce Ann Thomas, Christiana • Linda Lee 
Thomas, Nashville • Roy Earl Thomas, Fayetteville 



Eleventh Row: 

• Emma J. Thompson. Murfreesboro • Marsha 
Gail Thompson. Fairview 




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First Row: 

• Susan Lee Thompson, Hartsville • Richard Don- 
ald Tierce, Griffin, Georgia • Cathey Diane Todd, 
Nashville • Janis Elaine Turner, Chattanooga • 
Mary Gail Tunstill, Flintville • Ann Lyne Tune, 
Hermitage • Bobby Eugene Tuclc, Lafayette 

Second Row: 

• Sara Cecilia Tucker, Nashville • Anna Clare 
Tradwicl, Tullahoma • Linda Ann Towry, Fayettevllle 

• Genice Annette Tomilson, Mt. Juliet • Viclcie 
Lynn Tyree, Nashville • William Joseph Turney, 
Murfreesborc • Onetha Mae Underwood, Chatta- 
nooga 

Third Row: 

• Paul H. Valenlincie, Ft. Worth, Texas • Terry 
Sue Van Solkema, Nashville • Judy Diane Van- 
trease, Watertown • Donald Ray Vinson, McMinn- 
ville • Vicki Faye Vinson, Old Hickory • Bernard 
C. Voltz, Hendersonville • Randall Gordon Wake- 
field, Red Boiling Springs 

Fourth Row: 

• Dellmar Walker, Nashville • Robert Kenneth 
Walker, Fayettevllle • Barbara Jean Wallace, 
Nashville • Karen Warren, Hendersonville • An- 
thony Curtis Washer, Madison • Claudia Ann 
Watson, Lebanon • Judy Ann Watson, Alcoa 

Fifth Row: 

• James Davis Watson, College Grove • Patricia 
Lynn Watson, Old Hickory • Jimmy L. Wauford, 
Lebanon • Margaret Weaver, Chattanooga • Pa- 
tricia Lynn Webb, Nashville • David Edward 
Welborn, Manchester • Nannette Marie Webster, 
Columbia 

Sixth Row: 

• Alice Marie Welch, Petersburg • Alva Harrison 
Welch, Savannah • Evelyn Frances Welch, Chatta- 
nooga • Linda Gayle Wells, Decherd • Janet 
Welty, Lebanon • Norman Kirk Werner. Chatta- 
nooga • Edna Sue West, Nashville 

Seventh Row: 

• Deborah Lucille Whitaker, Nashville • Durward 
Belmont White, Columbia • James Michael White, 
Chattanooga • Norma Gale White, Nashville • 
Pat Carol White, Donelson • Patricia Lee White, 
Franklin • Sue Ellen Whitehead, Nashville 
Eighth Row: 

• Kathy Davis Wicks, Mulberry • Nanette Wig- 
gers, Madison • Betty Lucille Wiggins, Nashville 

• Patsy Jo Wilkes, Fayettevllle • Rochelle Anne 
Williams. Lebanon • Beverly Ann Williams, Madi- 
son • Charles E. Williams, Nashville 

Ninth Row: 

• Rebecca Louise Williams, Old Hickory • John- 
ny H. Williams, Huntsville, Alabama • Brenda Sue 
Winn, Shelbyvllle • William Gregory Wilhoite, 
Shelbyvllle • Carolyn Maurine Wilson, Nashville 

• Charles Kenneth Wilson, Greenbrier • Charles 
Ray Wilson, McMinnville 

Tenth Row: 

• David Ray Wilson, McMinnville • Donna Kay 
Wilson, Riddleton • Harry Stephen Wilson, Mc- 
Minnville • Larry Arnold Wilson, Hendersonville • 
Patrick Lovell Work, Nashville • Elizabeth Wiser, 
Lawrenceburg • Carey Allan Wofford, Coalmont 
Eleventh Row: 

• Nancy Womack, McMinnville • Kathy Anne 
Wood, Murfreesboro • Jimmy Dodsom Wood, 
Morrison • Tressa Ann Woodham, Tullahoma • 
Blllle Camille Woodroof, Nashville • Michael 
Wayne Woodward, Nashville • William Louis Yar- 
brough, Winchester 

Twelfth Row: 

• Raymond Carlyle Yeakey, Nashville • Helen 
Elaine York, Hermitage Springs • Katie Melinda 
Young, Hartsville • George Harold Zachery, 
Murfreesboro • Edwin Jerome Zaunbrecher, 
Hampshire • Sandra Gunta Zile. Nashville • Pa- 
tricia Lynn Zimmerman, Nashville 



An Inner Restlessness 

Fall brought with it a feeling of energy, a disturbing 

commotion on campus. Still restless from summer 

vacations or jobs or school, the first few days 

of the fall semester evidenced an attempt at settling 

down to the old pursuit of getting educated. Yet, 

in this very attempt at settling down, there was a 

bustling about campus and an eagerness and 

enthusiasm which was apparent throughout, in student 

and instructor alike. Thoughts and ideas were once 

again being stirred up as MTSU welcomed 

back its people. 




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Members of the university community returned to discover an 
aura of change on the campus — not merely the growing 
physical plant. Students brought with them a growing concern 
for their university, a concern with its place in the South and as 
an American institution of higher education. Seniors seemed 
almost obsessed with opening up a wedge of liberalism in 
school policy so that they might leave MTSU with the potential 
of becoming a truly great university. Freshman enthusiasm 
was channeled beyond typical freshman pursuits, and the 
members of this class also played a part in the new MTSU. The 
entire university was infused with an air of expectancy. 




The Perils and Frustrations 
of Registration 

For some, it was the first time — and confusing; for 
others, it was the last — and perhaps not quite 
so confusing? Nonetheless, over 6,000 students 
poured 60,000 cards into MTSU's computer 
system, the use of which has sped up the 
registration process considerably over the past 
few years. Knowing this, however, did nothing 
to console students registering at 4 p.m. on 
Wednesday, with the board a mass of red 
cellophane. Seniors played the if-l-don't-get-this- 
course-l-don't-graduate game, while underclassmen 
resignedly hoped for better luck in the future. 





Top: The window! Only to learn that It is impossible to get every- 
thing done in one place. Bottom: After having finally been ad- 
mitted to the card bank, this student was frustrated to learn 
that all those courses that he desperately needed and weren't 
closed had been dropped, so he searches again for something. 




Top: Students awaiting entrance to the card bank watched with 
dismay as course after course closed. Bottom Left: This harried 
Instructor may have himself felt like Rasputin at the end of the 
day. Bottom Right: ROTC cadets signed with the Pershing Rifles, 
perhaps anticipating that group's participation In the New 
Orleans Mardi Gras. 



Top: Freshmen displayed amazing 
talents at the Freshman Talent 
Show. Middle, Left: Fraternity 
houses opened their doors to in- 
terested freshmen during ASB 
sponsored tours. Right: Energy 
and enthusiasm seemed to per- 
meate T-capped freshmen at their 
picnic and bonfire . . • along with 
perhaps a little too much noise. 
Below, Bottom, Left: ASB offi- 
cials Marlene Campbell, Margaret 
Duncan. Bryant Millsaps, Jim Free, 
Pat O'Neal, and Nancy Helberg 
all had to get into a discussion of 
one of the many weighty prob- 
lems discussed at the pre-school 
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From its planning sessions at hly-Lake, through Freshman 

orientation and fall elections, to being dunked to raise money 

for the Senior class, the members of the Associated Student 

Body followed a policy of total participation, total 

involvement. The ASB not only reached out into all areas 

of campus life, but urged that all students become involved 

in some way in MTSU, putting their talents to the best 

use possible for the betterment of the University 

community and themselves. 




Left: Students lined up in the University Center to cast their 
ballots in the ASB-run Homecoming elections in late Octo- 
ber. Right: Speaker of the Senate Doug Bennett gleefully 
and very successfully dunked Speaker of the hlouse Pat 
O'Neal to help the senior class raise funds for Homecoming. 





Top: The Spanish Club exhibit was one of the more 
attractive, with its pinata, sombreros, and pretty sen- 
oritas. Left: Math Club members demonstrated their 
mathematical prowess to amazed onlookers. Right: The 
various church-related groups explained their programs 
to interested students. 







Campus Nlgfit Introduced Campus 
O rgarLizatlons 

To the incoming Freshman or transfer student, the 
vast array of MTSU's clubs, organizations, fraternal 
groups, etc., etc., is indeed confusing. To acquaint 
these students with the various extracurricular groups 
existing on our campus, the ASB sponsors a Club 
Night annually; none have been any more 
successful than this year's. Gathered in one room 
were such incongruous groups as a precision drill 
team, a Baptist student group, a women's honor society, 
a Rodeo club, social sororities and fraternities, 
Nixon supporters, senoritas, and sheiks. For the first 
time, music was provided in the form of "The 
Regence." Out of the general confusion came a 
successful venture, and those who did not become 
members of an organization at least had 
an interesting evening. 




Top: "The Regence" provided swing- 
ing entertainment for Club Night par- 
ticipants and onlookers. Left: The 
Young Republicans demonstrated their 
enthusiastic support for Mr. Nixon. 
Right: A skin-diving enthusiast ex- 
plained diving techniques to interest- 
ed "club shoppers." 




Top: Mrs. Scarlett chatted with female members of the ASB . . . while Dr. 
Scarlett was entertained by male representatives at the ASB's reception for 
the Scarletts. Left: Students were encouraged to voice support for candidates 
of their choice during the November elections. Right, Middle: "Dixie" sup- 
porters at a Raider pep rally. Bottom: Candidates campaigned enthusiasti- 
cally during freshman elections. 



slacks, Bonfires, and TISL 



1968-69 brought stimulation to the MTSU campus by means of several 
"controversies," ranging from expression of political ideas in the 
November elections to the barely unsuccessful attempt of the student 
congress to renovate itself by becoming a unicameral body. Looking 
back, the issues themselves may not prove to have been of such 
earth-shattering importance as was their effect on the university 
community. The student body as a whole, and not just the usual few, 
participated — thought, felt, and acted — and MTSU benefited. 



Left to Right, Top: ASB officials got a 
firsthand look at the workings of the 
legislature at the Tennessee Intercol- 
legiate State Legislature. Meeting in 
a mock session, the youth of Tennessee 
were able to propose legislation to be 
presented to the General Assembly 
so that legislators could see what the 
college students of Tennessee were 
concerned with. Bottom: Re-evaluation 
of dress regulations . . . and a student 
evaluation of the faculty were two of 
the main concerns of the ASB I 
'69. 





Biggest 'Big Name EntertainmerLt' Ever 

The work of the Student Affairs Committee in the area 
of Big Name Entertainment was unsurpassed this year. 
Opening with the Freshman Week presentation of 
"The Platters," MTSU's slate of performers was added 
to by a fabulous Homecoming spectacular which 
included the "Mar-Keys," "Bar-Kays," Rufus and Caria 
Thomas, and Mitch Ryder. December brought Martha 
Reeves and the Vandellas and Willie Mitchell to the 
Raider gym, for what was later called the "biggest ASB 
Fun Night — ever!" The final show of the season 
highlighted the talents of Curtis Mayfield and "The 
Impressions" in a greatly enjoyed concert. 



Below: ASB officials manned the ticket 
counter . . . for "Martha and the 
Vandellas." P. 97. Left: Rufus and 
Caria Thomas . . . and Mitch Ryder 
and his "Detroit Wheels" turned on 
the talent for enthusiastic Homecom- 
ing audiences. Right: Willie Mitchell 
and group hooked their audience with 
little trouble. Bottom: "The Platters" 
proved their fabulous showmanship in 
a superb fall concert. 




Relationships are a most vital part of any college 

student's life .He thrives on the companionship of his 

own and of the opposite sex, searching for a 

sense of belonging. Family relationships are 

important, and he keeps In touch. He finds that 

there are those Instructors who are not merely 

the givers of grades, but who are Interesting and' 

interested friends and advisors, carefully concerned 

with cultivating budding Intellectuals. He searches out 

these relationships, and those that are cemented 

during these years — In quiet discussions, heated bul 

sessions, or over a Coke — last beyond 

graduation, If only In memories. 




Above: Mr. Joe Smith leads 
the spirited Band of Blue at a 
MTSU football game. Right: 
1969 Band of Blue majorettes 
Lynn Crowder, Martha Sue 
Plunk, Freda Jones, Michele 
Phillips, Mary Brockman, and 
Sharon Tucker add a touch of 
beauty to the band's march- 
ing programs. 




Let There Be Music 



. . . and MTSU's talented musical organizations obliged. By their superb 

performances these enthusiastic musicians evidenced the high 

degree of professionalism that the music department is continually 

noted for. These gifted students provided the campus and surrounding 

area with a musical variety ranging from hymns and folk songs of 

the Sacred Harp Singers and the traditional concert repertoire of the 

University-Community Orchestra and Concert Choir, to the popular 

and highly stylized music of the Phi Mu Alpha stage band. 




Upper Left: The Universii-y-Community 
Orchestra in an outstanding fall concert. 
Lower Left: Tired tuba players after a long 
band practice. Lower Right: Donna Mc- 
Cafferty expertly guides the swift-stepping 
Band of Blue through a complicated rou- 
tine. 




It didn't rain. The parade was one of the best ever, with 

fantastically ingenious floats and beautiful girls everywhere. 

The fans flocked into hlorace Jones Field to watch the 

Raiders battle it out with the Baby Vols, and they then 

enjoyed a halftime show of music and marching, climaxed by 

the coronation of Miss Marjory Walker as Queen. Later 

in the evening, Homecoming audiences enjoyed the 

enthusiastic performances of Rufus and Caria Thomas 

and Mitch Ryder and "The Detroit Wheels," and students 

and alums alike ended up a fabulous hHomecoming weekend 

to the music of the "Mar-Keys" and the "Bar-Kays. 

Right: KA's first place "Winning Touch." Below: ASB President Jim Free 
escorted Marjory Walker through the crossed bayonets of the Pershing 
Rifles . . . where she was crowned 1968 hHomecoming Queen. 





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Top: Raider fans watched the parade of floats 
prior to the start of the Homecoming game . . . 
which pitted the Blue Raiders against the Baby 
Vols. Middle: MTSU's "Raider" checked out the 
line of march as the parade began to get under 
way. Bottom: hHomecoming frolics. 



Homecoming: 

A Super -Fabulous Weekend 



Top to Bottom: ... an informal chat in the grill ... a 
relaxing (?) game of flag football . . . concentration on 
the cards, with plenty of kibitzers . . . "which one? . . . 
silent perusal of The Sidelines. 




Relaxation 



MTSU certainly offers a wide variety of organized activities for its 
students to become involved in, but there are times when these need to 
be left behind. Often the harried college student needs to put them 
aside and concentrate on anything, or nothing. What constitutes 
relaxation for one individual may seem like work for another. One will 
play cards or pool, while another will exhaust himself physically 
in a rowdy game of flag football, and still another will tackle Shakespeare, 
for enjoyment rather than assignment. Whatever the method, 
all help in combatting that hectic, harried feeling. 



Students Battle Construction, Weather 



MTSU has been in the process of building up her physical plant — and 

this is good. But students, trudging miles around fenced-off areas, 

through mud and slush created by the inclement weather, probably have 

wondered if the process couldn't be speeded up a bit. Then too, 

the perils of walking to class do not end with the completion of a 

building and sunshine; students find themselves being sprinkled with 

artificial showers designed to help grow grass where mud once 

was. And life is even more perilous for those in the older buildings 

whose functions changed abruptly, as the sign below testifies. 




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Greeks Add Spice *■ 
To University Life 



As MTSU's fraternities and sororities 

"went national" this year, even non-Greeks 

realized the beneficial role these 

organizations have played on cannpus since 

they were first Introduced. They are 

secret societies — but members openly gave 

of their time entertaining patients at the 

Veterans Hospital and working all night 

answering phones and collecting money for 

the Cerebral Palsy Telethon. They threw 

some wild parties — but they also gave 

some pretty good ones, clowning around 

for the children enrolled in hHead Start 

and enjoying every minute of the ASB 

Christmas Party for the Good Shepherd 

hlome. Their members pulled their weight 

in all aspects of University life, even 

making their presence felt, kindly, 

in the communl+y. 




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;nt a helping hand in the Cerebral Palsy Telethon 

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Top to Bottom: ... a moment of relaxation . . . clowning around 
for Head Start and . . . the excitement of an installation. 



Semester Bright Spots: Mid-Winter Format, All-Sing 



Right: Happy Lambda Psis after their 
first-place win in the T.O. ALL-SING. 
Below: The hlome Economics Club 
and their winning rendition of "Sweet 
Violets." 




The drabness of the winter, season was somewhat brightened as MTSU 
couples gathered in the Tennessee Room for the annual Mid-Winter 
Formal. The evening gave busy students a chance to relax and enjoy 
dancing to the music of Louis Brown and his Orchestra. Tau Omicron's 
second annual ALL-SING saw trophies awarded to Lambda Psi 
Fraternity in the men's division, the htome Economics Club in the 
women's division, and the Wesley Foundation in the mixed competition. 
Although it was a nervous evening for the performers, the audience 
enjoyed the whole program, which gave them a chance to hear 
everything from the romantic tones of Alpha Delta Pi's "Love Is Blue" 
medley to the Spanish Club's rousing version of "La Bamba," to 
Sigma Nu's ca-rousing rendition of "We are the men of Sigma Nu." 





Top: Couples enjoyed some of that together- 
ness dancing ... to the music of Louis Brown 
and his Orchestra. Below: Thirsty couples lined 
up for a refreshment break. 



MTSU's People Create 

The ability to create, to take the basic fundamentals 

of a subject and apply them to the formation of 

something broader, is a wonderful thing. MTSU is not 

lacking in talented people — in the arts, drama, music— 

and these gifted persons are encouraged in their pursuits. 

Whether it Is transforming sticks and paper into 

mountains and hills, or transforming the printed word 

into something beautifully audible, or even seeing the 

world in a slightly different way, MTSU's people create. 





Top to BoHom: Mountains from a roll of paper . . . silent con- 
templation and appreciation . . . dance! . . . what's in a face . . . 



Left: Carole Moore delighted the Pageant audience 
with her humorous monologue. Below: Dianne Waggon- 
er, Elaine Lehr, and Rosemary Escue, Miss Midlander of 
1968, "calmly" passed those long backstage minutes 
with cokes and magazines. Right: That agonizingly long 
walk down the ramp. 





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Top: Ka+hy Bess received assis- 
tance for one of the quick changes 
all the contestants were required 
to nnake. Middle: WSM's Dave 
Overton seemed to be enjoying 
his job as Pageant emcee as the 
girls lined up for swimsuit compe- 
tition. Bottom: George Clinton 
and his group ably provided the 
Pageant with enjoyable, profes- 
sional musical entertainment. 





A Moment of Anticipation: And 
Then, The First Miss M.T.S.U. 

After two nights of tension — and fun — Kappa Alpha- 
sponsored Connie O'Connell was crowned MISS MTSU of 
1969. As is the usual case, the judges had a difficult decision 
to make, seeking from among the seventeen contestants 
the one girl who displayed the greatest amount of poise, 
personality, beauty, and talent. Selected by the contestants 
themselves, the Miss Congeniality award went to Ginger 
Brooks. Dave Overton of WSM once again delighted 
the Pageant audience with his ready wit — which also aided 
somewhat in diminishing the "butterflies" for 
Pageant participants. 



On The Inside Looking Out 

It was an endless winter. It seemed an eternity 

until Spring decided to burst in, but it did. 

Unfortunately, with the arrival of the flowers 

came showers — of papers, tests, and a 

the various end-of-the-year assignments that 

instructors seem to delight in handing out, 

just as the weather becomes a deterrent to 

constructive thinking. So, the student studied, 

and read, and wrote, savoring the knowledge 

that when all his work was done, his instructors 

would be sitting inside, gazing wistfully 

out the window, and working. 



Above, Left: Warmer sprinq 
weather made concentration 
spans short and classes almost 
unbearable. Right: The li- 
brary filled for the last burst 
of work from winter-weary 
students before warm weath- 
er and finals took over. Ex- 
treme Right: Spring cleaning. 
Below: "I wish . . ." 









Mostly, MTSU Is People 



And all different, thank goodness. 

All distinct individuals, with distinct personalities and habits. 

Enthusiastic. Energetic. Each one unique. 

Optimistic. Pessimistic. Each contributing the best and worst 

of himself to the total university personality, making It unique. 

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Warm Weather Laziness, Finals 

After the long, wet winter season, the coming of warmer 

weather brought out the lackadaisical in just about 

everybody. A sort of listlessness prevailed on campus, 

especially in those Friday afternoon classes when minds 

seemed to be tuned to anything except Chaucer or the 

anatomy of the earthworm. The tennis courts suddenly became 

heavily populated as MTSU gentlemen and coeds alike 

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. . . acquired in rained-out 
tennis classes. But the 
threat of finals 
compelled nnany a 
student to seek out 
knowledge, and the 
library and the lounges 
filled with students 
studying — or attempting 
to. Some, however, 
managed to combine 
the pleasures of summer 
weather with the 
acquisition of knowledge 
by retreating to the 
comfort of the many 
campus trees. 




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Top: Just a portion of the over 1200 seniors 
MTSU graduated in 1969. Right: Dr. M. G. 
Scarlett is assisted by his secretary, Miss Walk- 
up, in preparing for his inaugural ceremonies 




May: I naaguratlon. of MTSU's 
Fifth President, Graduation 



Upper Left: Graduate and friends. 
Lower Left: Dr. Scarlett gets a big 
smile from a January graduate. Right: 
Decked out in their academic regalia, 
members of the faculty participated 
in the line of march at commence- 
ment. 



The 1st of May saw the inauguration of Dr. M. S. 
Scarlett as MTSU's fifth University president . . . 
special guests, banquets, the oath of installation, 
and, to cap it all off, the inauguration ball . . . 
Graduation swiftly followed, and MTSU turned 
several hundred eager graduates loose on the 
world, all taking a part of MTSU with them, but 
all of them leaving behind a little bit of 
themselves also. 




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Sophomore Class Attendant; TRICIA ANN BRACKEEN, Fresh- 
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CLASS 
FAVORITES 



JAN WILLIAMS 



Junior Class Favorite 



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CLASS 
FAVORITES 




JACKIE HOLLOWAY 



-Sophomore Class Favorite SUZANNE SMARTT Sophomore Class Favorite 




MARTHA DRIVER 



JUDY HOOPER 



Freshman Class Favorite 



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Top: Cynthia Williams, Cathy hlolt, Suzette Lee. Middle: Rose Ganstine 
Sarah Smith. Bottom: Sara Bastian, Carole Moore, Marjory Walker. 







R. O.T. C. SV\fEETHEARTS 




Top: Sandra Knight, Sherry Walls, Janis Turner. Middle: Jo Ann Campbell, 
Pam Beckum, Claudia hHarris. Bottom: Rosemary Escue, Cindy Potter. 




LADY OF BLUE 

BACHELOR OF 
UGLINESS 



MARJORIE WALKER 
JIM FREE 




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OPULAR 



DIANE BRUCE 
BRYANT MILLSAPS 





MOST 
VERSATIL 

TOM PETERSON 
JENNY JONES 




MOST 
OUTSTANDING 



ANITA JOHNSON 

MAC McDonald 




Elaine Barnhill, English 

David Rives, Business Management 
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John Taylor, Social Science 




Elizabeth Kennedy, Math 






Wanda Brown, Business Education 




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AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN 
UNIVERSITIES 
AND COLLEGES 




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Ronald Tennant, Chemistry and Math 




Lana Tucker, Sociology 





Jane McGee, Elementary Education 




Elaine Merriman Lehr, English 



Nest Pictured: David Martin Parker, 
Business Administration 




Not Pictured: 

Leonard Joseph McGrath 




ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



Zeta Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi began in March of 1965 and was 
chartered by May of that year. With a rapidly growing membership, 
Alpha Kappa Psi has become one of the university's distinguished profes- 
sional organizations. Open to business administration and business educa- 
tion majors, the group's objectives include promotion of business ad- 
ministration courses on the university level and the fostering of further 
development of research in the field. Alpha Kappa Psi assists in the de- 
velopment of a professional program which hopefully results in develop- 
ing a well-rounded university graduate of business administration and 
business education. Programs this year have been high-lighted by guest 
speakers such as Bill White of Ernst & Ernst and Dennis Driscol of Interna- 
tional Paper Company. The group visited Senesco and attended regional 
conferences in Biloxi, Mississippi and Atlanta, Georgia. Officers for the 
year are: Tim Ellis, President; Terry Uselton, Vice-President; Stanley 
Spraker, Secretary; and Gene Duncan, Treasurer. 





Top Row, Left: David Albanese, Jerry Baker. Richard Bark- 
kume, David Blumen, Joe Brakebill, Eddy Brown. Row 2, 
Left: Phil Brown, James Browning, Paul Chouinard, John 
Clinard, Larry Crutchfield, Bubba Crye. Row 3, Left: Brad 



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Drayton, Richard Duncan, Kenneth Ealy, Tim Ellis, Ronald 
hHardaway, Joe Harris. Row 4, Left: James Kelton, Hubert 
King, Charles Knowles, Penn Kunaporntrum, Larry Lusky, Dr. 
Robert Martin. 




Tawat Mesommonta 
Elwin W. Mldge+t 
Marcia J. Moon 
Thomas Jerry Moore 

Charles E. Morris 
Louis W. Oliver 
E. Lee Palmer 
David Parker 

Thomas Peterson 
Fred Marian Poe 
Danny A. Price 
Joe Riggins 

Roy Roberson 
Doug Short 
James Ray Seaten 
James Stanley Spraker 

John Tallant 
John Tant 
John H. Taylor 
John W. Thomas 

John Paul Treece 
Terry Uselton 
Marvin Vannatta, Jr. 
Lowrie Webber 



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ALPHA MU GAMMA 



Delta Rho, the MTSU chapter of Alpha Mu 
Gamma, recognizes outstanding French, German, 
and Spanish students. Invitations to join are issued 
to students who have a 4.0 average for three se- 
mesters of foreign language in addition to a 3.0 
cumulative average. The spring initiation is followed 
by a banquet. The organization has grown this year 
with the creation of a major in French, Spanish, and 
German. Alpha Mu Gamma hopes to further better 
international relations through the study of foreign 
language. Officers of Alpha Mu Gamma include:. 
Russell Willis, President; Toni Flynn, Vice-President; 
Cheryl Bible, Secretary; Phyllis McConnell, Treas- 
urer; and Linda Worden, ASB Representative. 




Top Row: Anne L. Adams, Rosalie Alexander, Sam Michael Ashby. 
Second Row: Shirley Bellenfant, Cheryl Rhea Bible, SInerry Collins. 



Janice Derryberry 
Carolyn Hall 
Linda Hall 
Elaine Hinson 
Elaine Lehr 



James Steven Lind 
Phyllis McConnell 
Frannie McMahon 
Shiela Moss 
Shirley Russell 

Ruth Salisbury 
Janice Starns 
Ellen Stephenson 
Marjory Tredinnick 
Patricia Trisler 



Russell Willis, Jr. 
Susan Wilson 
Charlotte Winfree 
Linda Worden 
Arlene Young 




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Top Row: Cheryl Bible, Linda Judd, Emily Kelley, Secretary; 
David Mathis, President; Pam Owen, Priscilla Owen. Middle 
Row: David Page, Bill Peters, Marsha Plemons, Colleen Pow- 



ell, Vice-President; Lynn Small, .Bailiff; Linda Vines. Bottom 
Row: Ann Vroom, V/alter White, III, Lynn Womack, Mary 
Alice Vv'right, Arlene Young. 




Jackie Crownover explains what journalism 
is all about. 




Alpha Phi Gamma recognizes those students making significant contri- 
butions to the three MTSU student publications, namely Collage, the 
Sidelines, and the Midlander. These students hold such major positions as 
editor or business manager or have worked at least two semesters in a 
minor staff position, h^ard-worl<ing, these students put in long hours with 
no reward except that of personal satisfaction and hopefully student ap- 
preciation; Alpha Phi Gamma is the official recognition of their time and 
talents. This organization is concerned with improving journalism at 
MTSU. To this end there is much "friendly" infra-publication criticism 
among the members. The organization hopes to improve all three publica- 
tions and to involve as many students as possible in their production. 
Alpha Phi Gamma further serves as a link for the student with his profes- 
sional counterpart. 



ALPHA PHI GAMMA 




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ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



A just and worthy reward for those students who have shown outstand- 
ing talent and dedication in theatre is membership in Alpha Psi Omega. 
To be eligible for this honor, a candidate must have earned a minlnnum 
of one-hundred hours work in three areas of play production. These areas 
Include set design, set construction, play management, directing, cos- 
tuming, lighting, make-up, and acting. In addition, the Lambda Gamma 
Cast, Jvllddle Tennessee's chapter of Alpha PsI Omega, is intensely con- 
cerned with stimulating the general student's interest in dramatic activi- 
ties so that he too may learn of the enjoyment such activities give. Of- 
ficers Include: Keith Bronder, President; Phyllis Murphy, Vice-President; 
Penelope Gordon, Secretary-Treasurer. 




Jack Gilpin and Pam Owen: an outstand- 
ing performance of DARK OF THE MOON. 




Top Row: Lynn Edward Brown, Ronnie Burns, Joyce Call, 
Glenna Dean, Stanley German, Andrea Lindsey. Middle Row: 
Dana Lowe, Tony Marshall, Ron Martin, Phyllis Murphy, Pam 



Owen, Susan Ray. Bottom Row: Henry C. Schofield, III, Re- 
becca Slaymaker, Robert Slaymaker, Linda Smith, Michael 
Waggoner, Donna Walker. 



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Top Row: Richard Michael Anderson, Lana Beavers, Rodema 
Douglas, hllstorlan; George Freeman, Johnsie Carol Grugg. 
Middle Row: Carol Hannah, Chester Jones, Jr., James 



Wayne Morris, III, Donald Ray, Sharon Patton, President. 
Bottom Row: Paul Thomas, Linda Trent, Charlsie Sue Whit- 
aker, Rosie htelen Williams, Don Williamson. 




Biology students spend many long hours in 
the lab. 




Beta Beta Beta, an organization relatively new to our campus, main- 
tains and promotes excellence and interest in Biology at MTSU. An af- 
filiate of the American Association fc5r the Advancement of Science, this 
organization meets bi-monthly and has a bi-annual Induction of members. 
Membership qualifications are a 2.7 cumulative average and sophomore 
status. Tri-Beta's purpose is stimulation of sound scholarship; dissemina- 
tion of scientific knov^/ledge; and promotion of biological research. The 
membership has participated in the District convention as well as having 
attended many lectures of biological Interest. Officers for the year are: 
Sharon Patton, President; Linda Trent, Vice-President; hielen Williams, 
Secretary; Rodema Douglas, hllstorlan; and Carol Hannah, ASB Repre- 
sentative. 



BETA BETA BETA 




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DELTA MU DELTA 



A National Honor Society in Business Administra- 
tion, Delta Mu Delta was organized to recognize 
outstanding students in the field of Business Ad- 
ministration. It promotes scholastic achievement 



through recognition in the society and through fel- 
lowship with other accomplished individuals. Their 
activities this year included initiation of new mem- 
bers and their annual banquet. 




Top Row: William Bingham, Joe Carlton, Jim Garner. Bottom 
Row: James Gilley, David Parker, David Rives. 



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Top Row: Brenda Anderson, Kathleen Anderson, Linda Arms, 
Janice Baker. Middle Row: Elaine Barnhill, Margaret Cox, 



Cynthia Hagerman, Ann Jackson. Bottom Row: Ruth Lewis, 
Donna McCafferty, Phyllis Norwood, Gayle Sadler. 



Omicron Psi Chapter of Delta Omicron has 
achieved much since its formation in 1965. Mem- 
bership is open to women majoring in music who 
have attained a 3.0 average in music and a 2.5 cu- 
mulative average. The objectives of the organiza- 
tion are the appreciation of good music, the en- 
couragement of women in the composing field, and 
the creation of an interest in the music of American 
composers. Delta Omicron meets monthly and 



sponsors monthly musicals. The organization ren- 
dered service at various departmental programs, 
caroled at Dillon Nursing hlome, and sponsored an 
open musical in conjunction with Phi Mu Alpha. The 
officers for the year are: Gayle Sadler, President; 
Kathleen Anderson, 1st Vice-President; Donna Mc- 
Cafferty, 2nd Vice-President; Brenda Anderson, 
Secretary; and Betty Morton, Treasurer. 



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DELTA TAU ALPHA 



The purpose of Delta Tau Alpha Is to promote 
and recognize high standards of scholarship, leader- 
ship, and character among agriculture students. Its 
members strive to foster high ethical standards in 
agriculture and have been recognized because of 
(■heir scholastic accomplishment, service, and high 
standards. Delta Tau Alpha travels to area high 
schools with hopes of encouraging interested stu- 
dent to pursue an agriculture program on the uni- 
versity level. The members assist with an agriculture 
assembly and awards day and present the outstand- 
ing Freshman Award at the Annual Spring Banquet. 
Possibly most unique aspect of this organization is 
its sponsoring of a teacher-course evaluation pro- 
gram which has merits that all departments should 
possibly consider. 




Top Row: L. Paul Aydelott, John Richard Barker, Don Beshears. Second 
Row: Charles Bracken, Ernie Browning, Donald Cathey. 



Billy Joe Cowan 
Frank Evans, President 
James Folk 

Charlie Fox, Reporter 
Jerre Moore Fly, III 



James Goodman 

Dwight Hancock 

James Larry Hooker 

James Hunter 

Millard O. Johnson, 
Treasurer 



Patricia Lee Jowers 

James Malone, Jr. 

William Allison Phillips 

Jerry Ray, 
Vice-President 

Claude Wayne Smith 




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Top Row: James Barrett, John Cowan, John Cunningham, 
George Michael Donegan, Charles Thomas Jewell. Middle 
Row: Douglas William Johnson, Richard G. Lindsey, Ward 



Mallory, Patrick O'Neal, Johnny M. Pentycofe. Bottom 
Row: Shelah Phillips, Jr., Thomas James Sterritt, Archie 
Sullivan, Robert Tenbrunsel, Robert Tucker. 




The major goals of Epsilon Pi Tau are to recog- 
nize outstanding skills, to promote social and pro- 
fessional proficiency, and to foster and reward 
research. Primarily composed of industrial-manage- 
ment and industrial arts majors, the group's meet- 
ings are held bi-monthly. Annually they sponsor a 
sale as a fund raising project. 

To be eligible for membership applicants must 



have a 2.0 cumulative average with a 3.0 average 
in industrial arts and must be In the second se- 
mester of their sophomore year with a minimum of 
16 hours in Industrial arts. Officers for the year are: 
John Cunningham, President; Richard Lindsey, 
Vice-President; Charles Jewell, Secretary; Thomas 
Sterritt, Treasurer; James Patrick O'Neal, ASB Rep- 
resentative. 



EPSILON PI TAU 



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GAMMA BETA PHI 



Gamma Beta Phi, the collegiate honorary Beta 
Club, has as its primary purpose the advancement 
of educational ideals, the encouragement of scho- 
lastic effort, and the rewarding of academic merit 
among college students. The organization's two 
service objectives are to encourage and assist co 
lege students in the maintenance of academic ex- 
cellence in college courses and to assist and encour- 
age qualified high school students to continue their 
education beyond high school. This year Gamma 
Beta Phi has adopted a Korean youngster through 
the Foster Parent Plan. The members sponsored a 
child at the ASB Christmas Party and held a ban- 
quet in December. One of this organization's more 
worthwhile services has been the much needed as- 
sistance its members gave during registration. Of- 
ficers for the year are: Lana Tucker, President; Rita 
Wells, Vice-President; Ann Adams, Secretary; Beth 
Callahan, Treasurer; and Janice Lusk, ASB Repre- 
sentative. 



Anne Adams 
Barbara Fay Adams 
Janet Lynn Adwell 
Rosalie Alexander 
Elaine Barnhill 
Dianne Beadle 
Susan Paulette Bell 
Linda Blanks 
Gayle Brantley 
Brenda Brewer 
Joy Bromley 
Sherry Brown 
Wanda Brown 
Beebe Bryant 
Barbara Burks 
Beth Calahan 
Pamela Casey 
Linda Sue Gate 
Carolyn Clark 
Mary Chlsholm 
Barbara Comer 
Shirley Cowan 
Jennifer Curry 
Phillip Davidson 
Patricia Delk 
Nancy Ann Dowell 
Margaret Duncan 
June Elmore 
Marilyn Ensley 
Rosemary Escue 
Anne Forde 
Constance Fouts 





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Peggy Fortune 

Judy Fox 

Jim Free 

Sherry Fuqua 

Gay Garner 

Jean Gray 

Rowena Rand Greenough 

Johnsie Carol Gregg 

Harold Terry Hall 

Virginia Harley 

Patricia Harriman 

Nancy Helberg 

Judy Henderson 

Patricia Ann Hester 

Elaine Hinson 

Patricia Ann Hooper 

Alice Hudson 

Shirley Jared 

Judith Jennings 

Susan Jones 

Susan Justus 

Mary Jane Keating 

Norma Keylon 

Mary Elizabeth Longshore 

Janice Lusk 

Linda Malone 

Theresa Gail Mathis 

Bobbie Jo McCargo 

Elizabeth Ann McLemore 

Ruth McLerran 

Janet Moody 

Martha Moon 

Margaret Moore 

Evonne Newkirk 

Connie Parker 

Dianne Parks 

Diana Patterson 

Mary Elizabeth Patton 

Janice Pendergrass 

Mildred Pennington 

Faye Pierson 

Dorothy Raney 

Rosemary Ropoza 

Latricia Holley Redd 

Betsy Reed 

Karen Riordan 

Suzanne Russo 

Jeanece Seals 

Mary Alice Seaver 

Barbara Ann Simmons 

Judi Slayden 

Pat Lee Slusher 

Suzanne Smartt 

Ann Smith 

Susan Smith 

James Stanley Spraker 

John Taylor 

Martha E. Taylor 

Janice Trimble 

Lana Tucker 

Ann Vroom 

Clarice Waggoner 

Janet Gail Walls 

Brenda Warren 

Eve Watson 

Mecia Wetherford 

Rita Wells 

Trudy Whitver 

Bettye Williams 

Susan Wilson 

Marilyn Wyatt 

Jane Young 



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Sandra Adams 
Barbara Jean Adcock 
Rosalie Alexander 
Gloria Anderson 
Elaine Barnhill 
Dianne Beadle 



Shirley Bellenfant 
Ann Elizabeth Bentzel 
Brenda Bigelow 
Delia Bigger 
Regina Bowen 
Betty Brannen 



Gayle Brantley 
Beth Calahan, hiistorian 
Gall Colebrooke 
Mariene Campbell, 

hlouse of Representatives 
Anna Dismukes 
SuEllen Dixon 



Janice Ducker 
Linda Dunlap 
June Elmore 
Marilyn Ensley 
Nancy Ezell 
Joy Felker 



Janet Fisher 
Betty Carol Fite 
Anne Forde 
Jane Franklin 
Lauree hiale 
Carol hHannah 



Jane hiannah, President 

Nancy hHelberg 

Martha hiess 

Mary Victoria HHinton 

Harriet Elizabeth Jennings 

Rosanne Jones 



Linda Sue Jordan 
Mary Jane Keating 
Elizabeth Kennedy 
Elaine Ladd 
Teresa Laughin 
Joan Leighton 



Glenda Locke 

Patsy Leigh Loftls 

Brenda Mack 

Gail Mathis 

Jane McGee 

Janie McNabb, Vice-President 




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ROW A 

Fay Minatra 

William Money 

David Leon Monneyhan 

Lynda Morse 

Edna Taylor Merton 

Sharon Owens 

ROW B 

Judy Turner Pate 
Stanley Pearson 
Mildred Pennington 
James Ramsey 
Suzanne Russo 
Judi Slayden 

ROW C 

Lynn Small 
Susan Smith 
Brady Straub 
Sandra Tennant 
Emmett Toombs 
Marjory Tredinnick 

ROW D 
Linda Trent 
Ann Wroom 
Kay Walker 
Rita Wells 
Linda Watson 
Jan King Williams 

ROW E 

Russell Willis, Jr. 
Susan Willis 
Susan Wilson 
Charlotte Winfree 
Linda Carole Wood 
Barbara Ann Woods 

ROW F 
Margaret Wooten 



These youngsters are 
eager participants in 
the Campus School 
laboratory program. 




Kappa Delta Pi was organized to identify outstanding students enter- 
ing the field of education. It is designed to promote excellence in schol- 
arship and high personal standards. Kappa Delta Pi's aims are the im- 
provement in teacher preparation and distinction in achievement and 
contribution to education. Each meeting brings the members in contact 
with a guest speaker who is involved in the field of education. Dean hHarry 
Wagner was the speaker at the fall meeting. Officers for the year are: 
Jane hiannah, President; Janie McNabb, Vice-President; Jane Wood, 
Secretary; Emmett Toombs, Treasurer; Beth Calahan, Historian; and 
Marlene Campbell, ASB hHouse of Representatives. 



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KAPPA OMICRON PHI 



Alpha PI chapter of Kappa Omicron Phi Is a na- 
tional home economics society dedicated to fur- 
thering the best Interests of home economics. Mem- 
bership Is open to those who show evidence of 
superior qualities and potentialities of leadership, 
with a 3.2 In home economics courses and a 2.7 
cumulative average. Kappa Omicron sponsored 
the sale of mums for Homecoming, had a Found- 
er's Day Banquet, monthly professional programs, 
a Mother-Patroness service, and a program for as- 
sisting needy families. Officers for the year are: 
Marie Smythia, President; Donna Frost, 1st Vice- 
President; Ann Akin, Recording Secretary; Sharon 
Ellis, Corresponding Secretary; and Susan Willis, 
Treasurer. 




^M'PA 



OMICROiV 



HONESTY 



PERSOATALITY 



"How's this?' 




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Top Row: Ann Akin, Kathy Clemmer, Joy Felker, Donna Frost. 
Middle Row: Jinette Greer Jacobs, Rosanne Jones, Jeanece 
Seals, Marie Smythia. Bottom Row: Billie Ann Wetherford. 
Judy Whitmore, Susan Willis. 




Top Row: Kathy Anderson. Brenda Braly, Linda Duszynski, 
Lynn Ezell, Nancy Fletcher, Middle Row: John hiarrison, 
Phillip Johns, Benny Maggart, Marvin D. Marlin, Jr., Kenneth 



Miller, Jr. Bottom Row: Carolyn Null, Frank Swanson, III, 
Michael Waggoner, James Warren. 



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Kappa Pi's first place car in the Homecoming Parade. 



The future of Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Kappa PI is 
already bright. One of their most outstanding activities 
this year was an auction of student and faculty work which 
resulted in the donation of eleven hundred dollars to the 
three-dimensional area of the department. The club spon- 
sors three painting exhibits annually. Their activities this 
year aided in the achievement of their goals which were: 
to be a service organization to the area, to unify the de- 
partment by creating an atmosphere of student-faculty 
fellowship, to sponsor the art club, and to organize special 
Kappa Pi shows in the area. In addition to planning a trip 
to Washington, other activities have included art shows 
and sales, discussion groups which probe modern problems 
and invitations to guest speakers. 



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LAMBDA TAU 



Lambda Tau is an honorary society open to stu- 
dents showing an interest in the field of medical 
technology. Membership requirements are a cumu- 
lative average of 2.78 with a minimum of 30 se- 
mester hours. With no regular meeting dates, the 
organization meets when arrangements have been 
made for guest speakers and films of interest. This 
year's project was the successful sponsoring of a 
visit by the bloodmobile to the MTSU campus. Of- 
ficers for the year are: Rodema Douglas, President; 
Garry George, Vice-President; Patricia Hooten, 
Secretary; Linda Trent, Treasurer; and Pat Clayton, 
ASB Representative. 




AWIBDA TAUr 
HONORARY 

— r-r.-TFCH. 

Betty Ann Hunter finds out her blood type from Pat Hooten. 




Top Row: Richard Anderson, Sam Michael Ashby, Patricia 
Clayton, Rodema Douglas, Garry George. Middle Row: Pa- 
tricia Hooten, Betty Ann Hunter, Anita Johnson, David 



Richard McCauley, James Wayne Morris, III. Bottom Row: 
Diana Patterson, Sharon Patton, Linda Trent. 



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Top Row: Jennifer Baskin, Patricia Bowman, William Bring- 
ham, Joe Carl+on, Allen Chase, William Dye. Second Row: 
George T. Farmer, Alton Fisher, James Foster, Billy Groce, 
Larry Groce, Eva Hayes. Third Row: Elaine hiinson, Johnny 



Ray Johnson, Danny Richard King, Simon Morehead, Bruce 
Neal, Susan Pope. Bottom Row: Linda Skinner, Robert Earl 
Thomson, Marvin Vannatta, Jr., Kenneth Roy Webb. 





GOSH. 



The MTSU Accounting Society accepts for membership those 
students who have completed two semesters of accounting with 
a 3.0 in accounting and a 2.5 cumulative average. The Society 
assembles monthly, occasionally holding dinner meetings and en- 
tertaining guest speakers. Its members participated in Club Night 
and sponsored a child for the ASB Christmas Party. In the spring 
all enjoyed a picnic and softball game. The society strives to instill 
in its members a desire for self-improvement, to foster high moral 
and ethical standards in its members, to encourage and give rec- 
ognition to scholastic and professional excellence, to promote the 
collegiate study of accounting, and to provide opportunities for 
association and fellowship among its members. Officers for the 
year are: Johnny Johnson, President; Alton Fisher, Vice-President; 
Patricia McClanahan, Secretary-Treasurer; and Joe Carlton, ASB 
Representative. 



ACCOUNTING 
SOCIETY 





PHI MU DELTA 

The purpose of Phi Mu Delta is to encourage excel- 
lence in scholarship among pre-medical students and to 
stimulate an appreciation of the Importance of pre- 
medical education in the study of medicine. The orga- 
nization also serves to promote cooperation and con- 
tact between medical and pre-medical students and 



educators in developing an adequate program of pre- 
medical education and to bind together similarly inter- 
ested students. 

The activities of the year included meetings with 
speakers of interest to the members, dinner forums, 
films, trips to hospitals, medical and dental schools, 
and meetings in cooperation with other societies in 
Tennessee. During semester break the members put to 
use many of the skills and techniques they had learned 
by performing kidney surgery on an animal, using mate- 
rials donated by area hospitals. Officers for the year 
are: Richard Anderson, President; Jimmy Norris, Vice- 
President; Sam Ashby, Secretary; Richard McCauley, 
Treasurer; and Garry George, hHIstorlan. 







Top Row: Richard Michael Anderson, Sam Michael Ashby, 
Lana Beavers, Roger Galloway. Second Row: Garry George, 
Toney hludson, Betty Ann hlunter, David Michael McCauley. 
Third Row: James Wayne Morris, Terry Odom. 



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Left and Bot+om: For successful trans- 
plant surgery . . . sterile technique Is 
essential. Right: The hi-light of the 
year was a program given by Dr. Wil- 
liam Stoney on heart transplant sur- 
gery. 





>HI MU 
ALPHA 



Phi Mu Alpha Is a fraternity open to any male 
mennber of the university at large who is interested 
in music. Projects included the sale of candy to aid 
retarded children, participation in hHomecomIng 
festivities, Vet's Club Talent Show, and the Fine 
Arts Festival. As a part of the ASB Ambassador 
Program they traveled to Chattanooga and Co- 
lumbia hHIgh School and Junior College. In March 
they treated the campus to an outstanding per- 
formance. 




Phi Mu Alpha's Sweetheart, Ann Jacbon, and its second place 
Homecoming Float. 




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Gail Colebrooke 



Lee Greer 



Fred McLean 




Tennessee Zeta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta honors those stu- 
dents who have proven, through competition, their outstanding 
ability in forensics. All members must have been active with the 
MTSU Debate Squad. A truly select honorary, membership is 
limited. The chapter's rather unique initiation Is held each spring. 
Prospective members are seen roaming the campus with their 
"soap boxes." They must mount their "soap boxes" and deliver an 
extemporaneous speech upon the demand of a regular member. 
Officers for the year are: Sonny Willis, President; Lee Greer, Vice- 
President; Emily Amonett, Secretary; Fred McLean, Treasurer; 
David Rives, ASB Representative. 



Fred McLean and Lee Greer accept the third-place 
trophy at Texas Christian University Debate Tourna- 
ment. 



PI KAPPA DELTA 




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PI SIGMA EPSILON 



The Alpha Phi Chapter of PI Sigma Epsllon Is a collegiate sales 
and marketing fraternity designed to give practical experience 
to the college member and to provide him with an opportunity to 
meet professional men in the field. A student Is eligible for mem- 
bership If he is majoring In business administration or marketing 
management and has at least a 2.0 average. This year the mem- 
bers sponsored a sales seminar for the professional men of Middle 
Tennessee, obtained sales rights at the Grantland Rice Bowl, and 
participated in the hHomecomIng parade and club night. With an 
enthusiastic pledge class of 57 they promise to be most active 
again next year. Officers for the year include: Thomas Graves, 
President; Dan Waggoner, Vice-President; Gary Barnett, Secre- 
tary; and Jim Maynor, Treasurer. 




Pi Sigma Epsilon members get ready for club night. 



Roy Alexander 
Wayne Allen 
Tommy Austin 
Garrett Barnett 
Donald Rayburn Bask 



Mike Bennett 
Fred Brumback 
Albert Buckley 
Tom Burnett 
James Byrd 




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ROW A 

William Cothern 
Ralph Craighead 
John Cunningham 
Dana M. Dieckman 
Arthur C. Earls, III 



ROW B 

James Fitzgerald 
Joseph Geldbaugh 
Thomas Graves 
Joe Hall 
Dwight hHancock 



ROW C 

Newton hiarris 
David Harrison 
Tommy Hayes 
Barry Ingram 
Michael Johnson 



ROW D 

Polaphat Kemasingki 
Carl John King 
Pete Knestrick 
James Maynor 
Charles Myatt 



ROW E 

Jay Phillips 
Kenneth Rives 
Dwight Sharpton 
Lyman Sullivan 
Guy Daniel Waggoner 



ROW F 

Donald G. Warren 

Tom Warren 

Ted Watson 

William G. Weaver, Jr. 

Robert D. West 



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PI OMEGA PI 



Gamma Chi Chapter of Pi Omega Pi is part of the American As- 
sociation of College h^ono^ Societies and is dedicated to the prepa- 
ration of better qualified business education majors. Gamma Chi has 
participated in a varied program of activities this year. In addition 
to monthly meetings which feature prominent speakers, the organiza- 
tion sponsored an orphan at the Christmas Party, entered a project 
in the National Awards Program, conducted the Middle Tennessee 
area typewriting contest, and ran a coat check at Fun Night. The 
Gamma Chi Chapter is ranked fourth In national comparative evalua- 
tion of over 120 chapters of Pi Omega Pi. An active organization, 
PI Omega Pi makes a valuable contribution both to its members and 
to the campus as a whole. Officers for the year are: Wanda Brown, 
President; Emmett Toombs, Vice-President; Linda Wiseman, Treas- 
urer; and Dianne Beadle, Secretary. 



Dean Cunningham presents a trophy to a winner 
in the typewriting contest for high school stu- 
dents in the Middle Tennessee area. 






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ship, 
Pegg 
Ellen 
hann, 



Row: Barbara Jean Adcock, Dianne Beadle, Nell Blanken- 
Rosalyn Gayle Blevins, Wanda Brown. Marlene Campbell, 
y Cathey, Joyce Crowell. Second Row: Jinx Demetros, Su- 
Dixon, Nancy Ann Dowell, Sandra Drake, William R. Gra- 
Jr., Lauree hHale, Betty Small Harper, Patricia hHarriman. 



Third Row: Wanda Jett, Brenda Lee Lloyd, Janice Lusk, Ruth 
McMillan, Linda Jo Meyer, Maxine Peppers, Rosemary Petty, 
Faye Pierson. Fourth Row: Yolanda Robinson, Cheryl Scott, 
Mary Etta Scott, Emmett Toombs, Rita Wells, Linda Williams, 
Linda Sue Wiseman, Margaret Wooten. 



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First Row: John Richard Barker, Paul Cheatham, John Curnar, Jim Garner. Second Row: 
James Steven Lind, Robert E. Martin, David Parker, James Stanley Spraker. Third Row: Ron- 
ald Tennant. Fourth Row: James Robert Walker. 



Composed of graduate and undergraduate nnembers, the Sigma Club is the 
oldest Club on Middle Tennessee's campus. Developed from the Research Club, 
the organization requires its members to have at least sixty hours and a mini- 
mum cumulative average of 3.0. Strictly an honorary society, the club has a min- 
imum of social activities, including two rather unique initiations and a banquet 
in May. The club meets monthly to bring its members together to discuss cam- 
pus and other issues and to exchange ideas. The accent of these discussions is 
on things both intellectual and spiritual. Their major yearly project is sponsor- 
ing a free tutoring service in conjunction with Tau Omicron. Officers for the 
year are: Ronald Tennant, President; James Garner, Vice-President; and Stanley 
Spraker, Secretary-Treasurer. 



SIGMA CLUB 




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George Adair 
Anne Adams 
John Bailey 
Danny Backherms 
John Richard Barker 

Sandra Barr 
Doug Bennett 
Ann Elizabeth Bentzel 
Cheryl Bible 
Regina Bowen 

Randall Brown 
Thomas Carter 
Joy Coppedge 
John Cuinar 
Janice Ducker 

Nancy Ezell 
Jim Free 

Terrence Freeman 
Jim Garner 
Dianne Gregory 

Gary Harville 
Lucy hjoney 
Alice Hudson 
Linda Judd 
Diana Kemp 

John Kersey 
Jerry King 
Charles Lewis 
James Steven Lind 
Brenda Mack 

Paul Michael Martin 
Robert E. Martin 
Harvey W. McDonald, Jr. 
Anna Ruth McLerran 
Gayle McLerran 




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Faye MIna+ra 
William Money 
David M. Parker 
Colleen Powell 
Roger Preslar 

Ricky Robinson 
Shirley Russell 
Liana Schwemer 
Lynn Small 
John Taylor 

Richard Tune 

Ann Vroom 

James Robert Walker 

Trudy Whitver 

Jan King Williams 



The Tennessee Zeta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu is composed of mem- 
bers who have at least twenty hours of social science courses with no less 
than a 3.0 cumulative average. The primary purpose of this organization 
is to stimulate interest in the social sciences. This is achieved by member- 
ship initiations each spring, monthly meetings, a spring banquet, and 
encouragement of participation in campus activities by its members. A 
relatively new organization on the campus. Pi Gamma Mu is certain to 
add to the academic environment of MTSU. Officers for the year are: 
Robert E. Martin, President; James Lind, Vice-President; Lucy hloney. 
Secretary; Linda Myers, hiistorian; Doug Bennett, Sgt.-at-Arms; and 
Thomas Carter, ASB Representative. 



PI GAMMA MU 




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TAU OMICRON 



Tau Omicron, MTSU's women's honor so- 
ciety, attempts to foster fellowship, scholar- 
ship, achievement In educational work, and 
campus leadership among its members. This 
year, In conjunction with the Sigma Club, 
they have sponsored a free tutoring service 
open to any student on campus. Besides 
sponsoring a child at the ASB Christmas 
Party, Tau Omicron maintained a loan fund 
for Its members and sponsored the campus 
All-Sing In March. The organization's service 
project this year was the placing of plaques 
in all the women's dorms telling of the per- 
sons for whom the dorms were named. T.O.'s 
rather interesting initiations were held both 
in the spring and fall. In honor of their alumni 
members, the girls held a Banquet in the late 
spring. Officers for the year are: Marilyn 
Ensley, President; Elizabeth Kennedy, Vice- 
President; Janle McNabb, Secretary; Linda 
Worden, Treasurer; Jane Franklin, Publicity 
Chairman; Elaine Lehr, hllstorian; and Susie 
Latane, ASB Representative. 




The German Club was an enthusiastic participant in the second annual T.O. 
ALL-SING. 



Ann Adams 

Elaine Barnhill 

Sandra Barr 

Dianne Beadle 

Lana Beavers 

Shirley Bellenfant 

Suwannatad Bhamornsiri 

Cheryl Bible 

Brenda Bigelow 

Delia Bigger 

Beth Calahan 

Marlene Campbell 

Patricia Clayton 

Kathy Clemmer 

Janice Derryberry 

SuEllen Dixon 

Janice Ducker 

Evelyn Rushing 




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Margaret Duncan 
Marilyn Ensley 

President 
Joy Felker 
Betty Carol Fite 
Anne Ford 
Jane Franklin 

Publicity Chairman 



Donna Frost 
Barbara Gentry 
Carol Hannah 
Jane Hannah 
Barbara Head 
Nancy Helberg 



Martha Hess 
Suzanne Hewgley 
Lucy Honey 
Ann Jackson 
Anita Johnson 
Rosanne Jones 



Mary Jane Keating 
Elizabeth Kennedy 

Vice-President 
Sandra Knight 
Elaine Ladd 
Carol Sue Livingston 
Elaine Lehr, Historian 



Glenda Locke 

Brenda Meek 

Gail Marhis 

Phyllis McConnell 

Judy Mclnturff 

Janie McNabb, Secretary 



Brenda Jean Moore 
Linda Norris 
Faye Pierson 
Yolanda Robinson 
Suzanne Russo 
Gayle Sadler 



Marsha Shacklett 
Lynn Small 
Sandra Tennant 
Jean Tinnin 
Linda Trent 
Patricia Trlsler 



Ann Vroom 

Rita Wells 

Linda Carol Wood 

Barbara Woods 

Linda Worden, Treasurer 

Arlene Young 



INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 



The Middle Tennessee State University Intersorority 
Council is composed of the presidents and two repre- 
sentatives from each of the five sororities on our cam- 
pus. The purpose of the I.S.C. is to govern the sororities 
and to establish their rushing policies. The I.S.C. hosted 
a tea for freshmen women in the fall in cooperation with 



the A.S.B.'s Freshman Week. In conjunction with the 
Interfraternlty Council, the I.S.C. planned and produced 
the first annual "Greek Week-End," which was held in 
the spring semester. The primary objective of the Coun- 
cil at present is to establish a Panhellenic Council since 
all of the sororities are now nationally affiliated. 




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I.S.C. MEMBERS: On Floor: Ruth Salisbury, historian; Diane 
Bruce, president; Sue Selby, ASB house representative: Rose- 
mary Escue. Seated: Linda Johnson, Jo Ann Campbell, Jenny 
Jones, Dianne Waggoner, secretary; Jan Williams, treasurer; 



Judy Rayburn, Dean Martha Ftampton, advisor; Nancy hlelberg, 
first vice-president. Standing: Beth Calahan, Jinx Demetrcs, 
Beebe Bryant, Julie Alexander, second vice-president. 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



The Middle Tennessee State University Interfraternity 
Council is a working body of representatives from all of 
the fraternities who combine efforts in an attempt to 
strengthen the fraternity system as a whole. They un- 
dertake the leadership in planning and regulating rush 
in order to benefit each of the groups in the best man- 
ner possible. The I.F.C. promotes the intramural pro- 
gram on campus by giving trophies for winners of indi- 



vidal sports and by giving an All-Sports Trophy to the 
fraternity with the best over-all record in all sports 
competition. The I.F.C. also spearheaded the drive for 
the first Greek Week-End to be held on our campus. 
hHeld jointly with the I.S.C., the week-end was a tremen- 
dous success, highlighted by games, acts, and the "Bar- 
Kays." The I.F.C. has been under the direction of David 
Maskewitz, president, this year. 



Back Row: Andy Wellden, Joe Brakebill, Bob Wagner. Middle 
Row: David Maskewitz, David Coronet, Tom Long, Andy Beas- 



ley. Front Row: Dean Hess, advisor: Bill Wedekin, Kelley Sharbel, 





OFFICERS 

JENNY JONES 

President 

TERRY DENNISTON 

First Vice-President 

JAN WILLIAMS 

Second Vice-President 

GAYLE BRANTLEY 

Corresponding Secreta 

GINNY RAY 

Recording Secreta 

PAT CLAYTON 

Treasurer 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 



Alpha Delta PI Sorority . . . founded May 15, I 85 I 
in Macon, Georgia . . . first secret society for wom- 
en ... at MTSU, Epsllon Tau chapter was the first 
national to be installed . . . ADPi's have many beau- 
ties . . . Ishy Rea, CAP Sweetheart and Circle K 
Sweetheart Court . . . Terry Denniston, Miss MTSU 
representative . . . Jenny Jones, Most Versatile 
Senior Girl ... we also have many philanthropic 
projects . . . adopted a Mexican child . . . sang 
Christmas carols at Dillon's Nursing hlome . . . ac- 
tive in the "Money for Mike" campaign . . . Sister- 
hood . . . devotion to high ideals . . . love . . . tears 
. . . Alpha Delta Pis "live for each other." 




Gifts from National and other chap- Charter members of Epsilon Tau chapter, 
ters. 

Jenny accepts the Charter from the Grand President, Miss 
Spring pledge class. Maxine Blake. 




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Linda Barnett 
Gayle Brantley 
Gerry Carlisle 
Pat Clayton 
Judy Conyers 
Vivian Crouch 



Terry Denniston 
Cindy Donnell 
Kathy Douglas 
Debby Duggan 
Diane Gannon 
Linda Gilliland 



Nancy Hankins 
Becky Hasten 
Debbie Heithcock 
Jenny Jones 
Karen Kendrick 
Susan Lasater 



Betty Kay LovVorn 
Julia Longmire 
Julia Magruder 
Elaine Murphy 
Becky Neill 
Kay Orr 



Sharon Owens 
Lee Anne Palmer 
Melissa Park 
Sharon Parker 
Virginia Ray 
Judy Rayburn 

Ishy Rea 
Judy Smith 
Rene Trition 
Jan Williams 
Libby V/ilson 
Jan Wright 

Pam Zimmerman 



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Ann Akin 

Debbie Alexander 

Julie Alexander 

Judy Batson 

Faye Blake 

Joy Bromley 

Ginger Brooks 

Beebe Bryant 

Sue Colby 

Georgia Culbreath 

Elizabeth Daniel 

Gloria Denny 

Rodema Douglas 

Rosemary Escue 

Donna Glass 

Carol Hall 

Pat Hooten 

Susan Jones 

Norma Keylon 
Helen Mason 

Sue Matthews 

Laurel Parry 

Carol Patton 

Sandra Pigg 

Patty Safley 

Linda Seigler 

Leia Varner 




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ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 



Spring formal for '68 Pledge Class . . . Summer 
Retreat . . . National Guard Armory . . . Fair Park 
. . . One more shoe to shine . . . hlayride — "Who 
knows how to drive this tractor?" . . . Last rush for 
Alpha Gamma Phi . . . hHomecoming — All aboard 
for the Alpha Special . . . Nov. 25, 1968— AGP is 
now AGD . . . Best to tackle that goat and catch 
those pigs . . . ASB Christmas Party . . . Our great 
basketball team . . . Candlelightlngs . . . "The sounds 
of Alpha Gam" . . . Rose Ball . . . "All-Sing" runner 
up . . . May 3 Formal Initiation — we're Gamma Pis 
. . . Tears of joy and laughter in a working sisterhood 
—THAT'S AGD! 



OFFICERS 

BEEBE BRYANT 

President 

CAROL HALL 

Vice-President 

JOY BROMLEY 

Treasurer 

CAROLE PATTON 

Recordinq Secretary 

LELA VARNER 

Corresponding Secretar 





Alpha Gamma Delta officers: Carole Patton, Joy Bromley 
and Leia Varner. 



sbe Bryant, Carol Hall 
"The Alpha Special 




Alpha Gamma Delta visits the Louisa hlome. 




OFFICERS 

BARBARA GENTRY 

President 

LINDA NORRIS 

Vice-President 

JANICE TRIMBLE 

Recording Secretary 

JINX DEMETROS 

Corresponding Secretary 

MARGARET DUNCAN 

Treasurer 

ZITA BLACK 

Pledge Trainer 



CHI OMEGA 



Welcome Chi O! . . . Good Shepherd's hHome on 
Halloween . . . A.S.B. Christmas Party . . . Donuts 
to the V.A. . . . Intramural Basketball Champs, 
League B . . . Little International Champs . . . 
Scholarship, First Place . . . LET'S PARTICIPATE- 
TO ALL-SING,, "Hello Dolly," . . . College Bowl . . . 
Swimming Meet . . . Track Meet ... Big year . . . 
from local to National . . . Delta Pi Delta to Chi 
Omega Colony . . . Colony to Zeta Theta Chapter, 
hoot, hoot! . . . Look at those owls . . . Rush, again 
. . . Wonder Pledges . . . Breakfast at 7:15 . . . Got 
that pin, X and a horseshoe . . . Chi O! 




Chi Omega officers at Fall Banquet: Front Row: Dr. June Anderson, ad- 
visor; Barbara Gentry, Judy Bawcum, alumna: Mrs. Ida Read, advisor. 
Back Row: Janice Trimble, Jinx Demetros, Margaret Duncan, Linda Norris. 



Everyone buzzes at the Installation Banquet — We're finally 
a real Chi Omega chapter! 



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Os line up for "An Old Fashioned Christmas" dance. 

RUShI!— the Chi Omega way. 





Ann Baird 
ZIta Black 
Thesa Bugg 
Marlene Campbell 
Nancy Chapman 
Jennifer Curry 

Peggy Davis 
Helen Dempsey 
Jinx Deme+ros 
Anna Dismukes 
Margaret Duncan 
Lee Ferrell 

Lynn Ferrell 
Barbara Gentry 
Susan Hanson 
Nancy Helberg 
Janice Holland 
Jackie Holloway 

Lucy Honey 
Yvonne Horn 
Frieda Jones 
Charlotte Keathley 
Jane Kerr 
Elaine Lehr 

Brenda Mack 
Barbara Martin 
Jerre Ann Mathis 
Bobbie Jo McCargo 
Paula McHughes 
Linda Norris 

Gloria Shacklett 
Marsha Shacklett 
Barbara Jo Somers 
Cindy Todd 
Janice Trimble 
Linda Underwood 

Dianne Waggoner 
Cynthia Williams 
Linda Wood 



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Rosalie Alexander 

Brenda Barnes 

Beirne Beatey 

Jo Ann Bennett 

Diane Bruce 

Beth Calahan 

Cynthia Campbell 

Pam Casey 

Pat Clark 

Janie Deaver 

Beth Gibson 

Hennie Haisten 

Linda Hartman 

Debby Hill 

Laurel Hulan 

Debby Kernan 

Mary Ann Leathers 

Suzette Lee 

Libby Miller 

Myrna Morgan 

Marie Morin 

Elizabeth Morris 

Debby Newlon 

Beverly Pangle 

Glenda Perryman 
Cindy Potter 
Olivia Powell 
Barbara Rice 
Jo Anna Rogers 
Jayne Russell 

Marian Sanders 

Barbara Schow 

Darlene Schwartz 

Sue Selby 

Fredonna Simmons 

Brenda Smith 

Denie Smith 

Sara Smith 

Delores Sutton 

Anne Tlncher 

Donna Walker 

Kathy Waller 

Janis Young 





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Delta Zeta is on the move . . . out in front!!! . . . 
Can we sing? . . . ask "Mammy" ... we "all sing" 
. . . Homecoming attendant . . . Queen Dee, Grant- 
land Rice Bowl . . . Kick, kick, stroke, stroke ... 1st 
place in Intramural Swim Meet . . . Basketball? Not 
quite the best, but the busiest . . . Hobgood, "Do 
you need some help?" . . . 3rd Wednesday, let's go 
to the V.A., "Hey, Gang, let's put on a show" . . . 
Iota', you know, lota lota, that's OUR COLONY 
. . . ROTC Sponsors . . . Little Sisters . . . Sweet- 
hearts . . . Triton Clubbers . . . Artists ... all are 
Delta Z sisters! . . . Love . . . friendship . . . loyalty 
. . . togetherness ... all of these make us happy and 
Delta Zetas . . . Psych out, Man!!! 



OFFICERS 

BETH CALAHAN 

President 

DELORES SUTTON 

Vice-President 

CINDY POnER 

Treasurer 

JANIS YOUNG 

Recording Secretary 

LINDA HARTMAN 

Corresponding Secretary 

JAYNE RUSSELL 

Pledge Mistress 





Delta Zeta Officers: Gle-di Ptrryman, Diane Bruce, Janis Young, Linda Har+man, Beirne Diane Bruce — Delta Zeta's best active. 

Beaty, Cynthia Campbell, Sue Selby, Beth Calahan, Barbara Schow, and Debbie Kernan. 



We love to go to the V.A. 



Christmas formal — AZ style. 




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OFFICERS 

RUTH SALISBURY 

President 

ANITA JOHNSON 

Vice-President 

SUSAN LONSMIRE 

Secretary 

SUE BURTON 

Treasurer 

JANICE UNDERWOOD 

Asst. Treasurer 

BRENDA BIGELOW 

Editor 

LANA TUCKER 

Membership 



KAPPA DELTA 



Kappa Delta, Baroo-Barooba . . . KD Did It! . . . 
Her Majesty, Marjory, Homecoming Queen and 
Lady of Blue ... I st runner-up to Miss MTSU, Sarah! 
. . . Anita, MTSU's Most Outstanding Girl . . . Home- 
coming Attendant, Lana . . . Class Beauties, too! . . . 
KD Votes To Squeeze For Victory! . . . Tennessee 
"Turkey" Shooters Contest . . . We got Katie KD! 
. . . ASB Christmas Party . . . Dance to the music by 
Lemonade Charade at Happy Holly Daze Party . . . 
Anyone need an active? . . . Ho, Ho, Ho, Down on 
the Farm . . . Rush time again . . . Super Great 
Pledges! . . . We sing our hearts out for Kappa Delta 
. . . Cerebral Palsy Telethon, "Hello, may I help you?" 
. . . Kappa Delta basketball stars!!! We really do try 
. . . Sisterhood, work, lots of fun, Kappa Delta! 




Rise and shine for Kappa Delta Sisterhood! 



The rooty tooty, howdy doody, never snooty, absolutely, friendliest girls 
in town. 



Happy Holly Daze for Kappa Deltas. 
Let's drink a toast . 



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Betty Barnes 
Sandra Baugh 
Sue Burton 
Jo Ann Camobell 
Gall Colebrooke 
Lynn Crowder 



Pat Dedman 
Julie Douglas 
Jane Franklin 
Bettv Rose Gregory 
Suzanne Hewgley 
Anita Johnson 



Linda Johnson 
Carol Jones 
Sandra Knight 
Carol Livingston 
Susan Longmire 
Ellen Martin 



Carol Moore 
Connie Moore 
Nancy Morrow 
Edna June Morton 
Patsy O'Connor 
Connie Oliver 



Janice Pendergrass 
Evelyn Rushing 
Ruth Salisbury 
Madolyn Sapp 
Bettye Sims 
Suzanne Smartt 



Sarah Smith 
Lana Tucker 
Sharon Tucker 
Janice Underwood 
Anne Vroom 
Clarice Waggoner 



Marjory Walker 

Sherry Walls 

Billie Ann Weatherford 

Mecia Weatherford 

Susie Wilson 

Jane Young 



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Edward Anderson 
Advisor 

Ed Baker 

Bobby Blair 

Wayne Bradshaw 

Randall Brady 

James Card 



Bill Carney 

Dennis Casper 

Dallas Caudle 

David Cornet+ 

Charles Cunningham 

Alan Floyd 



Billy Gannon 

Powell Garrison 

Steve Graves 

Ronnie Grimes 

John Hager 

Karl Hans 



Denny Hastings 

Steve Hixson 

Tim Kalthoff 

Wayne Martin 

David C. Maskewitz 

Ronnie McCormick 



Stan McNabb 

Mike Merlin 

Jimmy Neely 

Gary Painter 

Bobby Parks 

Jim Phillips 

David Pound 

Mike Prichard 

Tim Tyrrell 

Ralph Williams 

Mike Wilson 

Roger Woody 




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CHI ALPHA PI 



Chi Alpha Pi . . . synonymous with activity . . . 
ASB — senators, justices, class officers ... I st in 
hlomecoming house decoration ... 1st in '68 Stunt 
Night . . . won overall intramural trophy two years 
. . . Swim Meet champs . . . Civic projects, too . . . 
Red Cross Blood Drive, painted the orphan's home 
. . . had a Christmas party for the orphans . . . helped 
needy families . . . held an Easter egg hunt for fac- 
ulty and administration children . . . but, the CAP'S 
party, too — everything from river parties to the 
Red Carnation Ball . . . Chi Alpha Pi — Brotherhood. 



OFFICERS 
JOE BRAKEBILL 

President 

JIMMY NEELY 

Vice-President 

BILL CARNEY 

Secretary 

STEVE GRAVES 

Treasurer 

DAN ELROD 

Pledgemaster 









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CAP Sweetheart Ishy Rea, and Sweetheart Court: Charlotte Keathley, LaRue Pratt, and Joe Brakebill, Chi Alpha Pi President. 

Barbara Jo Somers. 

CAPs are all over MTSU! ^I^s 3"^^ White Chi Alpha Pis ride for a Homecoming victory. 





OFFICERS 

DAVID KIOUS 

President 

MAC MacDONALD 

Vice-President 

TONEY HUDSON 

Recording Secretary 

JIMMY PHILLIPS 

Corresponding Secretary 

CHIPPER CHAPPELL 

Treasurer 



KAPPA ALPHA 



Kappa Alpha Order . . . born at Washington 
College, December 21, I 865 . . . February I 5, 1 969, 
Delta Lambda became the 91st chapter of Kappa 
Alpha, and the first national fraternity at MTSU . . . 
forerunner of Delta Lambda chapter was Phi Epsilon 
fraternity, founded November II, 1961 ... Delta 
Lambda presently holds the highest cumulative and 
semester scholastic average of all the fraternities 
. . . won the best HHomecoming Float trophy . . . KAs 
love to party, too . . . Sharecroppers party . . . Ides 
of March party . . . hHappy hiippie party . . . and to 
top them all, we have the Old South Ball . . . Social 
experience . . . gentlemanly conduct . . . practical 
use of knowledge . . . this is a Kappa Alpha Man. 




KA Rose, Jackie Holloway, receives Kappa Alpha officers beam proudly after receiving Delta Lambda's charter 
her Sweetheart pin. 



Kappa Alpha party time — sharecropper style. 



The grandest of all — Kappa Alpha's Old South Ball! 













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J. B. Baker 
David Beard 
Charlie Beckshaw 
Gary Brodie 
Ed Brown 
Jim Carper+on 
Edward Chappell, Jr 



Roger Clenard 
Charles Dale 
Butch Davis 
Bruce Durbin 
Cleve Earls 
David Emerson 
Ronnie Ferrell 



Jerre Fly 
Dickie Gardner 
J. O. Gist, Advisor 
Bart Gordon 
Thomas Graves 
Ronnie Grizzard 
A. S. Guntherberg 



Fhil Hicks 
Charles Howard 
Toney Hudson 
David Kious 
Wally Kirby 
Pete Knestrick 
Bobby Lamb 



John Major 
Van Martin 
Joe McDonald 
Mac McDonald 
Terry McFarland 
Ben McFarlin 
Bobby Murphy 



David Painter 
Dennis Park 
Jimmy Patterson 
Gregory Peck 
Jimmy Phillips 
John Pittard 
Dwight Schultz 



Sammy Sells 
Jimmy Sidwell 
Stan Sumrell 
George Taylor 
William Thrasher 
Mike Ullery 
Jim Walker 



Lee Webb 
Andy Welton 
Jimmy Williams 
Don Williamson 
William Willis 
Don Wyrick 
Doug Young 



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Capt. James 



Larry Allen 
Terry Baskin 
Andy Beasley 
Larry Brown 
Steve Brown 
Stuart Brown 
Jim Cockerham 



Mike Daniel 

tarold FInchum 

Randy Fisher 

Jim Free 

Chuck Furedy 

Mike Gannon 

Jim Garner 



Garry George 

Mickey George 

Jackie Giles 

Cliff Gillespie 

Mike Goforth 

B. Gorman, Advisor 

Randy Greenwood 



Monty Halcomb 

Rich Harbison 

Gerald Head 

Paul Herron 

Harmon Hodge 

Harold Hounihan 

Mike Huff 



Keel Hunt 

Dennis Mutton 

Mike Law 

Larry Led ford 

Joey Livesay 

Danny Marr 

Bill Marshall 



Herbert McGehee 

Gary Newman 

Pete Parker 

David Pigna 

Joe Riggins 

Frank Routson 

Bill Shanks 



John Shannon 
Ron Shubert 
Tom Sparks 
Paul Stacey 
Tom Sterritt 

Ken Steverson 
Ken Strong 



John Thompson 

Keith Thompson 

David Vester 

Jack Wade 

Bob Wagner 

Tony Webster 

Steve Williams 



Mike Wood 



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KAPPA SIGMA 



Kappa Sigma . . . March 15, 1968, first fraternity 
to become nationally affiliated . . . less than one 
year later, March 8, we became Kappa lota chapter 
. . . Civic and social projects galore . . . kidnap of 
sorority presidents helped in soliciting food contri- 
butions for the needy . . . painting mailboxes . . . rak- 
ing yards . . . Big year in Intramurals .. . undefeated 
in fraternity football . . . volleyball champions . . . 
team to beat in basketball! . . . Go Kappa Sigs! . . . 
Parties, lots of them and in variety . . . stereo parties 
. . . combo parties . . . costume parties . . . Activities 
. . . service . . . brotherhood — this is diversity, and 
this is Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 



OFFICERS 

ANDY BEASLEY 

Grand Masfer 

FRANK ROUTSON 

Grand Procurator 

CLIFF GILLESPIE 

and Master of Ceremonies 

GARY GEORGE 

Grand Scribe 
TONY WEBSTER 
Grand Treasurer 





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Sweetheart and Court: Margaret Duncan, Jan Williams, Dianne Installation Banquet — a festive occasion for Kappa Sigmas. 
Waggoner, Sweetheart; Diane Bruce, and Carole Moore. 

Grand Master Andy Beaslev rereive; Kappa lota'^ Kappa Sigs are up for Homecoming! 

charter. 





OFFICERS 
ANDY KING 

President 

WAYNE STARKS 

Vice-President 

JERRY BOYD 

Secretary 
STEVE HEAD 

Treasurer 
JOE JONES 
Pledgemaster 



LAMBOA PSI 



Lambda Psi 1968-1969 — pride, fun, success . . . 
Civic projects galore . . . Cerebral Palsy Telethon 
. . . Winter Magic Shov/ . . . Blood Drive . . . ASB 
Christmas Party . . . Chalet tickets . . . Thanksgiving 
baskets ... All those parties at our Lion's Den . . . 
the Landing Party was great . . . Lambda Psi's Party_ 
Weekend . . . the Little Sisters really help . . . All- 
Sing practices and that first-place trophy . . . pledges 
take a trip to Chattanooga — so does Jeff . . . Lamb- 
da Psi vs WMAK All-Americans ... put Weasle in! 
. . . Working toward our goal — success in San Fran- 
cisco . . . the NChH's on the move . . . "plagues" be- 
come our brothers . . . the go-team is off to Cali- 
fornia — "Big E Country." 




Brenda Hayes, Lambda Psi Sweetheart. Lambda Psi's "Litfle Sisters 

Officers: Andy King, President; Jerry Boyd, Secretary; Steve Head, Treasurer; 
Steve Emrick, Chapter Historian; Richard Thompson, Parliamentarian; Wa 
Starks, Vice-President; and Joe Jones, Pledgemaster. 



'ayne 



Lambda Psi's Winter Magic Show for Head Start 
children. 



























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J act Booth 
Jerry Boyd 
Brents Bragg 
John Brice 
Thomas Carter 
Tom Chappell 
John Clinard 



Bubba Crye 
Bo Dismukes 
Jeffrey S. Dismuke 
Mike Dominiclc 
Jerry Dunn 
Steve Emrick 
Ted Franklin 



Robert A. Frazier 

Gary Goff 

James M. htaddock 

Steve Head 

Richard L. Hendrikson 

David Herbert 

Kenneth Hickman 



James K. Huhta. Advisor 

Mike Jacobs 

Joseph B. Jones. Jr. 

Andy King 

Art Long 

David Lovell 

Delmer Lowe 



Skip Magee 
Larry Morgan 
Dick Moss 
Ronnie Murphy 
F. B. Pate 
Robert C. i»irtle 
Frank Quiff 



Tom Ragsdal© 
Ken Rushlow 
Lyndon Smith 
Randall Smith 
Wayne Starks 
Pat Swallows 
Ken Tarkington 



Stanton B. Thomas 
Danny Tomlin 
Richard Thompson 
Michael C. Vickory 
William K. Wall 
Howard W. Wedekind 
Larry R. Williams 



Jeff Wingo 

Joseph E. Young. Advisor 
Mrs. Rachel Ragland, 
House Mother 



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Pete Atchley 
David Baggoft 

Doug Bennett 
George Brown 

David Carter 



Derry Cochran 

Dale Condra 

John Fite 

Wayne Flynn 

James Gilmore 



John Hart 

Michael Hicks 

Steve Kite 

Robert LaLance, Advisor 

Tom Long 



Richard Malone 

David McGee 

Jack Morton 

Joe Nunley 

Ronald Owens 



Terry Rosey 

Kelly Sharbel 

Freeman Sherrill 

Ken Smith 

Roger Traugh 




200 



SIGMA NU COLONY 



Sigma Nu . . . all aspects of fraternity life . . . so- 
cial projects . . . civic projects . . . campus projects 
. . . this has been the purpose of our brothers since 
our installation as a Colony in October, 1968 . . . 
Sigma Nus are involved in many activities . . . annual 
Civitan Candy Sale . . . won 2nd place in Homecom- 
ing house decorations . . . had a fall Barn party . . . 
sponsored a child for the ASB Christmas party . . . 
hosted a party for mentally disturbed teenagers at 
Central State Hospital . . . and the social highlight 
of the year is the White Rose Ball. 

The brothers enjoyed parties, like this one, all year. 




OFFICERS 

KELLY SHARBEL 

Commander 

JOHN FITE 

Lt. Commander 

ROGER TRAUGH 

Recorder 

DALE CONDRA 

Treasurer 

JOHN HART 

Chaplain 



Last fall, the brothers of Sigma Nu raked leaves for 
Murfreesboro residents as a service to the community. 




The White Rose Sweetheart Court of Sigma Nu 
Colony . . . Mary Maybery, Centerville freshman: 
Vickie McMahan, Madison junior; Janie Deaver, 
Huntsville senior; and Nancy Pewitt, Donelson 
junior. 



"Raiders Poll Up a Victory" netted the Colony brothers second place in the house 
decoration judging during the Homecoming festivities. 

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FOOTBALL 




First Row: Ron Brown, S+eve Nesbitt, Joel Musgrave, Bobby 

Edens, Ralph Overton, Charles Daniel, James Mathews, Larry 
Hayes, Ron Taylor, Jimmy Williams, Bill Marbet, Gene 
Carney. Second Row: Dickie Thomas, Ken Rushlow, Danny 
Buck, Gary Wright, Bill Griffith, Gary Draper, Jimmy Dunn, 
Don Ward, Jamie Jamison, hierbert Patterson, Jim Thomp- 
son, Bobby Gatlin, Rodney hiayes, hiarrold Patterson. Third 
Row: John Beene, Mike Cowan, Ron Johnson, Hunter Harris, 



David Duvall. Taylor Edwards, Joe Jones, Andy Thompson, 
Ike Franklin, James Inglis, Jimmy Thomas, Ron Dacus, Tommy 
Beene, Wes Sykes, Jerry Kirby. Fourth Row: Tim Stanfill, 
Mike Womack, Bill Kennedy, Andy King, Danny Nowell, Bill 
Bryson, Tim Kalthoff, Steve Colquitt, Tom Moore, Mike 
Townsend, David Cole, Tony Sweeney, Bob Schamberg, Ken 
Kurzrock, Kevin Tucker. 





CAPTAINS: James Mathews (Alt. Capt.] 
(Capt.), Ralph Overton (Alt. Capt.) 



Charles Daniel 



HEAD COACH: Charles "Bubber" Murphy. 



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THE STAFF 




Coach Gary Whaley and Coach Don Lear map out plans for the Coach Joe Black hiayes shouts instructions, 

game. 




Coach Charlie Butler meditates. 



STUDENT MANAGERS AND STUDENT TRAINERS: Row One: John Major, Leon 
Mooneyhan, Head Manager and Trainer; Dickie Wooten. Row Two: Dana Diekman, 
Terry Murff, Ken hiastings, Trainer. 

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BLUE RAIDERS HAVE 

DISAPPOINTING SEASON 




Mathews dashes for a few extra yards. 



Pensacola Navy's scrambling quarterback, Roger 
Staubach, plus M.T.S.U.'s floundering pass defense, 
combined to give the Blue Raiders a loss in the first 
game of the season. 

A full house gathered at hlorace Jones field to 
witness a quarterback who was something special, 
but many weren't sure If It were 1963 hielsman 
Trophy winner or Fran Tarklngton, the king of 
scramblers. Both Pensacola scores came on long 
passes after Staubach was forced to scramble out 
of the pocket. 

The Blue Raiders came alive offensively in the 
fourth quarter by moving the ball 46 yards in seven 
plays terminating In an 18-yard touchdown pass 
from Dickie Thomas to Steve Colquitt. 

Gene Carney led M.T.S.U. rushers with 69 yards 
In three carries. Taylor Edwards gained 55 yards In 
I I tries and caught three passes for 44 more yards. 

hlunter hHarrls and Gary Draper stood out on de- 
fense for the Raiders with 12 and I 1 tackles, re- 
spectively. 

The Blue Raiders grabbed the first win of the sea- 
son by downing Morehead 27-18 . . . 









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. . . Although Coach Murphy thought his Raid- 
ers could do better, he was complimentary of both 
the offense and defense units. 

Defensively, Murphy singled out secondary de- 
fender Don Ward for a good job, and put the bee 
on linebacker hlunter hiarris for doing an excellent 
job. hiarris intercepted a Morehead pass and was 
credited with 13 individual tackles. 

Gary Draper was picked OVC defensive player 
of the week for his performance against the Eagles. 
Draper intercepted two Morehead passes and 
knocked down another. Gary also blocked an Eagle 
extra-point attempt. 

Gene Carney, who got off one good run against 
the Eagles had injury trouble again, thus leaving 
nearly all of the tailback work to Taylor Edwards. 

Edwards came through with 92 yards in 24 car- 
ries plus three receptions for 47 yards. 

Late in the third quarter quarterback Dickie 
Thomas was injured by a blow to the head. Al- 
though the injury was not serious, Thomas was not 
able to play the remainder of the game. Second 
team quarterback Bobby Gatlln came in for the 
Raiders and did a good job. 

Quarterback Roger Catarino and wingback 
Bucky Wolford teamed up to lead the University 
of Chattanooga Mocs over the Blue Raiders, 28- 1 5. 

Chattanooga, scoring a touchdown in every 
period, drove 63 yards in the opening period with 
Robert Smith plunging over from the one for the 
score . . . 



Overton gets ready to go back In. 



. . . The Mocs' second TD came on a 92-yarcl drive with 
Wolford scoring his first of three touchdowns by catching 
a one-yard pass from Catarino for the tally. Catarlno hit 
Wolford again for a touchdown In the third stanza, this 
one covering 24 yards. 

Chattanooga wasn't through as they turned In another 
92-yard score In the last period with Wolford scoring from 
I I yards out. 

Down 28-0, the Blue Raiders finally got on the score- 
board by getting two quick touchdowns with the aid of 
pass Interference calls. One penalty put the ball on the 
Chattanooga two-yard line and Taylor Edwards took It In 
from there. 

M.T.S.U. drove back to the 17-yard line and another 
pass Interference call on the six where Edwards came 
through again with a touchdown. Kevin Tucker kicked the 
first extra point and quarterback Dickie Thomas ran the 
other. 

Thomas hit 15 of 33 passes for the Blue Raiders for 164 
yards and added 72 rushing. 

Eastern Kentucky's nationally ranked Colonels socked 
It to Middle Tennessee 49-2 I by handing the Blue Raiders 
their third defeat of the season In four starts. 

Led by Jim Guice, the Colonels struck early with a 
touchdown in the first quarter, added the point on the 
toe of Jim Pullins and were obviously off and running to an 
easy victory . . . 




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. . . But the Blue Raiders didn't give up that 
easily. With Dickie Thomas directing the attack 
from the quarterback spot, the Raiders came 
through for a first quarter score, Kevin Tucker 
booted the point after and M.T.S.U. was back In It, 
7-7. But this was soon to be changed by the flred- 
up Colonels. 

Eastern got seven more quick points In the sec- 
ond quarter, added seven more before that period 
was over to lead 2 I -7 at halftime. M.T.S.U. tried to 
stay with the Colonels in the second half but the' 
Raiders defense had nothing with which to contain 
the Kentucky attack. 

"Murray Is as good as any team we have played 
including Eastern and Chattanooga," said Coach 
Charles Murphy following a 35-13 defeat at the 
hands of the Racers. 

One of the reasons Coach Murphy made this 
statement was the Impressive role played by Mur- 
ray State's quarterback, Larry Tillman, who passed 
for 209 yards and ran for 14 more against the Blue 
Raiders. 

Murray scored the first time It got the ball, go- 
ing 64 yards in 13 plays with Tillman scooting in 
from the one for the Racers' first tally. 

M.T.S.U. battled right back, however, when Gary 
Draper intercepted a Murray pass in the end zone. 
Later in the second quarter the Blue Raiders hit the 
scoreboard the first of their two times with Taylor 
Edwards going in from the one with 2:15 remaining 
in the first half . . . 

Hold 'em Raiders, hold 'em! 



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Kaltoff skips for extra yards. 




. . . But Murray hurried before the half ended 
and raced 65 yards in nine downs to score 24 sec- 
onds before the half. 

The last half was all Murray State as the Racers 
scored three times, one on a beautiful over-the- 
shoulder catch of a Tillnnan toss by Gerald Young, 
a two yard run by Russ hiake, and a 3 I -yard pass 
interception by Danny Maxberry. 

Austin Peay's aggressive Governors made a 
shamble of what was expected to be a close Ohio 
Valley Conference football game by stomping the 
Raiders 46 to 13. 

The Raiders scored first with Gene Carney going 
over from the 14 to cap a 75-yard drive that was 
kept alive by a 28-vard sprint by quarterback 
Dickie Thomas. 

After that, the Govs defense got so tough that 
M.T.S.U. didn't register a first down until midway 
of the third quarter, thanks to a pass interference 
penalty. 

The final Raider score came with 1:14 left on a 
53-yard pass from Dickie Thomas to Charlie Daniel. 

Austin Peay tied the game In the first quarter on 
a 42-yard pass from Dyer to Ron Fuqua for the 
score. 

The first of three blocked punts gave the Govs 
a safety and a 9-7 lead seconds after the second 
period began. 

From here to the end of the game, Austin Peay 
gained five more touchdowns, blocked two more 
punts, and scored a safety . . . 




Daniel leaps to catch a pass. 
Edwards dives for the touchdown. 



. . . The Blue Raiders rallied for 10 fourth quarter 
points to defeat University of Tennessee at Martin 
24 to 17 in M.T.S.U.'s homecoming. 

The large crowd of spectators present saw Mike 
Townsend set a Raider school record with a 43-yard 
final period field goal that still took a back seat in 
the game to a 52-yarder by U.T.M.'s Gene Sides. 

Dickie Thomas had a great game at the quarter- 
back spot for the Raiders completing 17 to 27 
passes for 230 yards and two M.T.S.U. touchdowns. 
Thomas also ran for a third touchdown. 

The Raiders delighted the crowd by scoring first 
on a one-yard plunge by Thomas, culminating a 
60-yard march that required 12 plays. Jimmy Dunn 
recovered a Vol fumble on the Raider 40 to ignite 
the surge. 

Martin tied It on the ensuing kickoff when Tommy 
Baker raced the kickoff 96-yards to paydlrt. Robert 
hiassell matched Kevin Tucker's extra point boot. 

A 65-yard pass from Thomas to Gene Carney 
gave the Raiders a 14-7 lead with 9:27 to go in the 
half and it was 14-10 at intermission when Sides 
connected with his 52-yarder with I 3 seconds to go. 

Martin went ahead 17-14 in the third quarter 
after M.T.S.U. recovered a Jim Wiggins' fumble 
on the Vol 12. On third down Tom Keivy inter- 
cepted a Thomas pass and ran 92-yards for a T.D. 

Townsend kicked his 43-yard field goal on the 
second play of the fourth quarter and the score wa"s 
tied 17-17. The Raiders then won it in impressive 
fashion, ripping off first downs on five consecutive 
plays after Sides missed a 38-yard field goal. 




James Mathews, playing his first game as mon- 
sterman for the Raiders, led the defense as he fig- 
ured on I 2 tackles. 

"Our mistakes put us behind and we had to play 
catch-up ball the rest of the afternoon," said a de- 
jected Charles Murphy after a 43-2 loss handed the 
Blue Raiders by the Western Kentucky hlllltop- 
pers . . . 



Jamison runs. 



. . . Quarterback Johnny Vance sparked the hlill- 
toppers with his passing and running that was more 
than the Blue Raiders could cope with. 

The hHilltoppers scored one touchdown the first 
quarter, added two more in the second, and went 
in at the half leading the Raiders 21-2. 

The Toppers wasted little time in the third quar- 
ter making known their Intention of routing the Blue 
Raiders as they added two more quick touchdowns. 

M.T.S.U.'s only score came after Western had 
scored its first touchdown when Rodney hiayes 





but not for long. 



tackled Johnny Vance in the end zone for a safety. 

Western scored its final touchdown in the fourth 
quarter and then held off every effort the Raiders 
put forth. 

East Tennessee's Larry Graham passed for 237 
yards and three touchdowns, the last a nine yarder 
to Fred Henderson with 2:41 left in the game, to 
give the Buccaneers a 24-21 victory over the Blue 
Raiders. 

M.T.S.U. led 14-13 at half time on two first pe- 
riod touchdown runs of one and three yards by 




Thomas runs as Jamison blocks. 

Mathews hurries to avoid a tackier. 




. . . Taylor Edwards, while East Tennessee countered 
in the second quarter on scoring strikes from Gra- 
ham to Henderson and Graham to Ike Young. 

East Tennessee took the lead for the first time, 
on a third-period 20-yard field goal by Ron Har- 
rold. A 54-yard pass from the Raiders' Dickie 
Thomas to Charlie Daniel put M.T.S.U. ahead until 
Graham hit h^e^derson for the winning tally. 

Tennessee Tech's ace tailback Larry Scbreiber 
proved to be too much for the Blue Raiders as the 
Eagles dropped the Bluemen 7-3. Schreiber scored 
Tech's touchdown on a three yard run, gained 148 
yards in 40 carries, and returned two punts for 58 
yards. 

M.T.S.U. got a three-pointer just before the first 
quarter ended when Mike Townsend kicked a 46- 
yard field goal that struck the crossbar and 
bounced through. That made the score 7-3. 

From there on it was just one futile effort after 
another by both clubs to move in the Eagle mud 
that was brought about by a cloud burst early 
Thursday morning. 

Statistically, the Eagles had a slight edge in rush- 
ing, 194 yards to I 7 I for M.T.S.U. But, passing bal- 
anced it with 55 yards for the Raiders and 16 for 
the Eagles. First downs were exactly the same: 
I l-l I. 

Ron Taylor, punting specialist for the Raiders, 
was the only player to make All-OVC first team. 



213 



CHARLES "BUBBER" MURPHY . . . 



A calendar of events will show December 13 as 
an innportant date In history. It was on this day in 
1577 that Sir Francis Drake left England to sail 
around the world. 

To Middle Tennessee State University football 
fans, December 13 has another meaning. It was the 
day in 1968 that Charles "Bubber" Murphy re- 
signed his football post at MTSU after establishing 
one of the most astonishing records in the nation. 

There were many sad hearts on the Blue Raiders' 




A great collegiate and professional athlete himself. 

Presenting the OVC championship trophy to the university. 




campus when it was announced that the likeable 
head mentor would step out of his football togs 
after 22 seasons at the head. But, knowing that 
Murphy will remain as athletic director assures 
MTSU of great sports leadership in the years 
ahead. 

In his 22 years of guiding the Blue Raider grid- 
ders, Murphy had a record of 155 wins, 63 losses 
and eight ties. Only one, his last season, saw his 
team lose more games than they won. 

Charles "Bubber" Murphy and MTSU football 
have been synonymous since 1947. Other than his 
church and family. Blue Raider football was the 
most important thing in Bubber's life. 

Murphy's love for MTSU began In 1934 when he 
passed up a scholarship at Tennessee Tech to enroll 
at what was then the Middle Tennessee State 
Teachers College. 

hie lettered in four sports as a Blue Raider. Other 
than football, he was tops 'in basketball, baseball, 
and tennis. As tailback, his 67 points scored in 1936 
stands as the 3rd highest scorer in the school's his- 



A good strategist on the field. 




214 



MR. FOOTBALL — MTSU 



Receiving a new car for his many wins. 




tory. He tallied 127 points during his three years on 
the gridiron, becoming the school's first Little Ail- 
American representative. 

In basketball, he played forward and led the 
team in scoring in 1936 with 106 points (when 30 
points could usually win the game). He was profes- 
sional AAA caliber in baseball, and his name ap- 
pears in the 1939 lineups of Jersey City of the In- 
ternational league as a member of the New York 
Giant organization. . . 

. . . Murphy-coached teams captured seven Vol- 
unteer State Athletic Conference championships 
before dropping from that conference after win- 
ning the crown in 1957. His team entered the Ohio 
Valley Conference in 1952, and were champions or 
co-champions of the eight team league seven of his 
last thirteen seasons. Four other times, MTSU was 
runner-up for the loop title. His record against 
OVC foes was an incredible 73 wins against only 
26 losses and two ties. 

Four of his teams (1949, 1957, 1959, 1965) 
posted undefeated campaigns, and four teams par- 
ticipated in post season bowl games. The 1956 
squad played in the Refrigerator Bowl, his 1959 
and 1961 teams were In the Tangerine Bowl, and 
the 1964 squad became the first champion of the 
Grantland Rice Bowl for the NCAA Mid-east Col- 
lege Division Football Championship. 

In 1965, Murphy was selected by his fellow OVC 
coaches as the Ohio Valley Conference "Coach of 
the Year" and was one of the finalists for the Na- 
tional "Coach of the Year" honors. 

His coaching record is not all that will stand for 
the "dean emeritus" of Ohio Valley Conference 
football mentors. Few gridders that played under 
Murphy during the past 22 years failed to complete 
their requirements to graduate — a distinction that 
speaks for itself. More than 50 of his ex-gridders 



hold head coaching positions in Tennessee high 
schools while others are In major college and pro- 
fessional football posts. 

Middle Tennessee Is fortunate to have a man like 
Bubber Murphy to continue to lead its athletic pro- 
gram. He leaves his coaching post with neither gold 
nor silver, but lots of brass. 

The students and faculty of MTSU salute Mr. 
Football— CHARLES "BUBBER" MURPHY! 




Bubber receives small college Coach-of-the-Year nominee 
medallion. 



215 



STATISTICS 



SCOREBOARD 

MTSU GPP. 

Pensacola Navy Murfreesboro 7 12 

Morehead State Murfreesboro 27 18 

Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. 15 28 

Eastern Kentucky Richmond, Ky. 21 49 

Murray State Murray, Ky. 13 35 

Austin Peay State Murfreesboro 13 46 

U-Tenn. at Martin Murfreesboro 24 17 

Western Kentucky , Bowling Green, Ky. 2 43 

East Tennessee Murfreesboro 2 I 24 

Tennessee Tech Cookeville, Tenn. 3 7 

Season Record: 2-8-0 
GVC Record: 1-7-0 



TEAM STATISTICS 

MTSU GPP. 

Total First Downs 155 178 

Net Yards Gained Rushing I 138 1828 

Average Yards Rushing Per Game . II 3.8 182.8 

Net Yards Gained Passing 1776 1665 

Average Yards Passing Per Game . 177.6 166.5 

Total Offensive Yardage 2914 3493 

Average Offensive Per Game 291.4 349.3 

Punting Average (Yards) 39.4 36.8 

Total Points Scored 146 279 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM 



Row One: Steve Nesbitt, Roy Evans, Ed Zaunbrecher, Tony 
Sweeney, Jim Witherow, James Stephenson, Rick Thornton, 
Bill Railey, Wayne Jones. Row Two: David Stewart, Jerry 
Kriby, hiarold Spears, Johnny Stevens, Danny Buck, Mike 
Raby, Jim Thompson, hiarry Tollett, Allen Maynard. Row 
Three: Paul hlunter, Kevin Tucker, Ted Bloodworth, Bill John- 



son, Rick Willis, Lewis Walling, Robert Walker, John Dockery, 
Jackie Carver, David hiendley. Row Four: Joe Kimbrough, 
Monty Thompson, Charles Mundy, David hiannah, James 
Inglis, Louis Cooley, J. W. hiarper, Stan Norton, Jimmy 
Thomas, Gene Richardson. 



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John Polk, Connie Parkhurst, Bart Gordon, Carole Thor+on, Lynn Cook, 
Sandra Baugh. 



DIanne Waggoner, Sandra Knighf, Connie Parkhurst, Claudia Waller, 
Bart Gordon, John Polk, Sandra Baugh. 




CHEERLEADERS 



SPIRIT!! 



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First Row: Coach Ken Trickey, Gene Crippen (Student Asst.), 
Brad Wilson, Tommy Brown, Stan Sumrell, Terry Scott, Don 
Lockridge, Rick Lasseter, Darryl Bentson, Steve McElhaney, 
Willie Brown, Coach Jimmy Earle. Second Row: Mike Carlisle 



(Mgr.), Buddy Koonce (Mgr.), Ken Riley, Bubba Yarbrough, 
David Gibson, Derry Cochran, Booker Brown, Steve Snyder, 
Roger Fisher, Art Polk, Mike Putnam (Mgr.), Harold Murff (Mgr.). 



BASKETBALL 




Assistant Coach Jimmy Earle. 



Willie Brown (Co-Captain), Coach Trickey, Art Polk (Co-Captain) 



RAIDERS HAVE .SOO SEASON 



The Blue Raiders ended up the regular season 
with a 13-13 tally for all games and a 4-10 mark In 
OVC play which gave them seventh place in the 
conference. 

Leading the Raiders in points scored was Willie 
Brown who connected on 239 field goals and 127 
free throws for a total of 605 points and an average 
of 23.3 points per game. This brought Willie's total 
points for three years to 1524 which was good 
enough to break the all-time scoring record held 
formerly by head coach Ken Trickey. 

A host of other records, both individual and team, 
were toppled. Besides the all-time scoring record, 
Willie Brown broke two other records of importance 
— the highest average for a single season (23.3) and 
the most field goals made in one season (239). Book- 
er Brown topped the mark for most rebounds in one 
season, which was set last year by Ken Riley (338), 
by grabbing 429. 

The team was able to crack five records — highest 
total points, single season (2200), highest average 
points per game for season (84.6), most field goals 
made, single season (849), most rebounds, single 
season (1685), and best rebound average, single 
season (64.8). The rebound average was good 
enough to put the Raiders number one in the nation 
in that category. 





Booker Brown makes a lay-up look easy. 



Art Polk added tremendous strength to the team 
by averaging 14.8 points and 1 1.2 rebounds which 
put him in the second spot in both categories for 
the Raiders. Terry Scott and Steve McElhaney aver- 
aged 10.5 and 9.2 points respectively with Scott 
being a defensive standout. Lending bench strength 
to the Raiders were ball-handling ace Tommy Brown, 
Darryl "Wild Man" Bentson, Derry Cochran, Roger 
Fisher and Rick Lasseter. 

Spectators who followed the Raiders this season 
would agree that Lady Luck was not following the 

uemen too closely. A pre-season knee Injury to Ken 
Riley sidelined the all-around ace for the entire sea- 
son. Last year Riley helped the team greatly by scor- 
ing an average of 13.5 points and 14.1 rebounds 
per game. In the loss department, seven of the thir- 
teen were by a total of only eighteen points, which 
is about 2.5 points per game; one loss was in over- 
time. 



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Tennessee Wesleyan 92 

Oral Roberts University- • • • || 5 

Bethel IOI 

Tennessee at Martin 1 03 

Bellarmine .. 79 

Belmont 87 

Carson-Newman 78 

Pan American •■ 71 

Athens (Ala.) I I I 

Tennessee Tech 58 

East Tennessee 84 

Morehead State 93 

Eastern Kentucky 89 

Murray State 68 

Tennessee Wesleyan 79 

Austin Peay State 97 

Western Kentucky 79 

Murray State 71 

Western Kentucky 81 

Morehead State 74 

Tennessee Tech 70 

East Tennessee 82 

Eastern Kentucky 89 

Transylvania 64 

Chattanooga 96 

Austin Peay State 89 



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Student Coach Gene Crippen, Mike Carlisle (Mgr.), Palmer 
Jones, Eddie Watson, Ray Dennis, Tommy Legg, Joe Barclay, 



Sam McCamey, Jim Drew, Sam Lorch, Coach Jimmy Earle. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




Coach Jimmy Earle's freshman team posted an 
impressive record of seventeen wins against seven 
losses. 

Sparking the Raider Frosh was Joe Barclay who 
averaged 21.3 points and I 1.0 rebounds, and Sam 
McCamey who averaged 14.8 points and 10.9 re- 
bounds. Also in double figures for the Blue were 
Tommy Legg ( 1 8.5) and Jim Drew ( I 7.9). 

The Freshmen posted a remarkable shooting per- 
centage of .458 from the field. Individually from 
the field, Barclay hit .524, McCamey .512 and 
Legg .492. 

The Raider Frosh came on strong late in the sea- 
son winning their last nine games, including twin 
wins over Western Kentucky and wins over Austin 
Peay and Murray State. 

Coach Trickey feels that several of these out- 
standing players will be fitting Into the varsity pic- 
ture next year. 



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First Row: Richard Russo, Steve Barre+f, Pat Hughes, Erskine 
Smith, Phil Gardner, Lonneil Poole, Cecil Wright, Dennis 
Lind. Second Row: Charles Dahlgren, Jerry Singleton, Sann 



McCamey, Darryl Phillips, Buck Edwards, Dennis Bandy, 
David Wyatt, Tom Noonan, Bob McLeer. 



TRACK 



According to Coach Dean Hayes, prospects for 
the track team are looking up this season. The rea- 
son for Coach Hayes' optinnism is probably the 
good pre-season showing made by the team mem- 
bers coupled with top returnees from last year. 

Jerry Singleton has already run a 48.5 in an in- 
door 440, which is one of the best in the nation in 
1969. He also ran a 1:17.066 which is one of his 
best ever, and he has run 45.3 in the 440 relay. 

David Wyatt is nationally ranked in indoor com- 
petition with a 31.1 for the 300 and a 49.4 in the 

Managers — Mitchell Chambers and Larry White. 




440. Wyatt is also used in the intermediate hurdles 
and has run a 47.6 in a relay leg as his best time. 
John Edwards, who is the OVC champion in the 
discus with a I 62-feet mark, could be one of the 
best in the nation this year. 

Co-captain Charles Dahlgren holds the school 
record for all distance runs, including a 4:12.5 mile. 
Lonneil Poole, a versatile athlete, runs 14.5 in the 
high hurdles and also runs sprints, intermediate 
hurdles, and a lot of relays. 

hHead Coach — Dean hiayes. 



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Captains — Dennis Bandy, Jerry Singleton, Charles Dahlgren. 

High jumper Phil Gardner. 
Poole and Wyatt — two of MTSU's fine hurdlers. 





Terry Scott holds the school and TIAC record 
in the triple jump with 47-3'/4 feet and also has run 
a 47.6 in the 440 relay. 

The mile relay team consisting of Scott, Bandy, 
Wyatt and Singleton, in 1968 ran a 3:12.0, but if 
their best times were put together they could pos- 
sibly come up with a 3:09.7 this year. 

Poole, Wyatt, Scott and Singleton will team up 
for the 880 and sprint-medley relays. Coach hiayes 
feels that they should easily break both school rec- 
ords and place high in the big meets. 




Buck Edwards shows his style. 



Mile relay team — Bandy, Wyatt, Singleton and Scott. 




Poole, Wyatt, Gardner, and Singleton at the starting line. 



THE CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM 
— Mike Bailey, Steve Barrett, Rich- 
ard Russo, Dennis Bandy, Bob Mc- 
Leer, Charles Dahlgren. 




Wyatt, Smith, hlughes, Poole — 440 relay team. 



Manager Mitch Chambers puts down cement for new 
tartan runways as Coach Hayes looks on. 











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First Row: Jim Burgener, Lee Mayo, Paul Valentlncic, Charlie 
Beckham, Tom Magner (captain). Second Row: Mike' Albano 



Chick Fuller, Carl Robinson (graduate coach), Buck Bouldin, 
head coach. 



TENNIS 



The Blue Raider tennis team will go into the season this 
year seeking their fourth straight Tennessee Intercollegiate 
Conference title. For the past three years the Raiders have 
won the TIAC crown and last year they brought home the 
runner-up trophy from the OVC tournament. 

Coach Buck Bouldin, now in his sixth year as head men- 
tor, has done a remarkable job with the Raider net team. 
Prior to his accepting the reins at MTSU, the Raiders had 
won only two matches in four seasons, hiis MTSU won-lost 
total now stands at 61 wins and 22 losses including a 11-7 
mark last season. 

Captain for the team this year will be Tom Magner, a 
junior from Orlando, Florida, who last year in the TIAC 
finished number one in doubles competition. Rounding out 
the squad are two seniors, Mike Albano and Chich Fuller, 
one sophomore, Charlie Beckham, and three freshmen, 
Lee Mayo, Jim Burgener and Paul Valentincic. 




Captain Tom Magner. 



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Coach Bouldin shows how it's done. 





An ace for Albano. 



Chick Fuller shows his form. 




First Row: Mike Whiteside, Steve Head, Gerry 
Risberg, Joel Perantie. Second Row: Ernie Adcock 



(captain), Art Kraft Hank Shaw, Clay Holloway, 
Jeff Riley. 




GOLF 



The Blue Raider golf team, under the direction 
of Coach E. K. Patty, will be going for their tenth 
TIAC and OVC crown this season. In the pasf 
ten years Coach Patty's teams have gone 71-3-1 in 
dual match competition. Coach Patty, who is also 
business manager of athletics, has been "OVC 
Coach of the Year" five times in the last seven 
years. 

In early-season play in the Senior Bowl tourna- 
ment — the seventh, eighth, and ninth of January 
—the Raiders finished second to 1968 NCAA 
champs the University of Florida. Individually, Jeff 
Riley placed second In the tournament. 

This year the golf team will be moved into the 
University division of the NCAA tournament. Pre- 
viously in the college division, the Raider team has 
finished first once in the tournament, and on two 
occasions Raider golfers have won the individual 
crown. 



Captain Ernie Adcock tees off. 





Riley, Head, and Whiteside practice putting. 



Whiteside chips out of a sand trap. 



Art Kraft shows putting form. 




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First Row: Tom Schamberg, C. W. Patterson, Tony Kessing- 
er, Bo Alvarez, Brady Straub, Tomnny Eiselstein, Larry Wil- 
son, Prestley Guy, Gary EIrod. Second Row: Dennis Rainier, 
tHarold Young, Jack Carver, Jeff Sakas, John Heatherly, 



Butch Wright, Jim Winthrow, Tom Brightwell, Charlie Dan- 
iel. Third Row: Steve Liner, hiarry Maurice, Buddy Brown, 
Stan Evans, Steve Miller, Mike Townsend, Larry Mangrum, 
Gary Chrisman, Gary O'Bryan, Buddy Robichaud. 



BASEBALL 




Managers — Johnny Grimes, Jim White, Ronnie Black. 




Head Coach Jimmy Earle and graduate assistant Donnell 
Graves. 



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BASEBALL 

The Blue Raider baseball team came into the 
1969 season as defending Ohio Valley Conference 
champions. Last year's team won the OVC cham- 
pionship and came within one run of participating 
in the national championship when they gained the 
finals of the NCAA Mid-East College Division 
Tournament. 

Head coach for the Blue Raiders, Jimmy Earle, 
is in his fourth season of heading up the basebell 
team. Coach Earle's 1968 team had the greatest 
season ever for a Blue Raider squad. Coach Earle 
was selected as OVC's "Baseball Coach of the 
Year" in 1968. His won-lost record for three sea- 
sons is 48-31. Last year's team posted a 23-9 cam- 
paign. 

Captain for the team this year is Brady Straub. 
Last year Straub posted a .303 hitting average and 
a .964 fielding average. 

Leading the team last season in both hitting and 
fielding was first baseman Tom Brightwell. Bright- 
well hit .328 and averaged a .979 fielding percent- 
age. Straub and Brightwell are two of the thirteen 
returning lettermen who will pace the year's team,. 



'Looks like a home run to me.' 




INTRAMURALS 



The Intramural Program at MTSU is a service provided 
by the institution under the auspices of the Health and 
Physical Education Department. It generally includes all 
sports and activities for which there is student demand, 
although the primary emphasis has been on the highly 
competitive team and individual sports. 

Traditionally, the Intramural Program has endeavored 
to provide a competitive athletic program with a recrea- 
tional flare. Campus groups including fraternities, sorori- 
ties, church groups, clubs, independent, and faculty groups 
participate during the entire academic year, as well as 
during summer school, in the following activities: flag foot- 
ball, volleyball, swim meets, basketball, track and field 
meets, softball, tennis (singles, doubles and mixed doubles), 
badminton (singles and doubles), pool, table tennis (singles 
and doubles), handball, tug-o-war, foul shooting, relay 
carnival, and the hole-in-one tournament. 

Another activity only recently offered through the Intra- 
mural Program is Sigma Delta Psi. Sigma Delta Psi is a na- 
tional athletic honorary fraternity for undergraduate and 
graduate men. Middle Tennessee State University is recog- 
nized as the Zeta Gamma chapter which has only been on 
campus slightly more than a year. Requirements for ad- 
mission include a series of physical and athletic feats in a 
variety of sports activities. It takes a complete and versa- 
tile athlete to pass the minimum standards for membership. 

A very popular facet of the Intramural Program is the 
extramural competition conducted with neighboring insti- 
tutions. The girls always have an outstanding basketball 
and volleyball team and have represented MTSU well in 
extramural competition. The annual extramural flag foot- 
ball game between MTSU and Tennessee Tech champs 
has grown into a tradition since its inception six years ago. 

Flag footballers prepare to play. 




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Volleyball is a popular sport among students. 




1968-69 has indeed been a progressive year for 
the MTSU Associated Student Body. The body, 
which has in the past been little more than a social 
organization, has this year proved that student gov- 
ernment has an important and beneficial place. 
Concerned with improving the communications 
gap between the student body and the administra- 
tion and faculty. President Jim Free has been for- 
tunate in the cooperation he has received from 
MTSU's new university president. Because of the 
efforts of the ASB, most university committees now 
contain voting student members, often in a fifty- 
fifty ratio. 

When the women students came to the student 
governing body with appeals for the reform of the 
rather antiquated Coed Codes, President Jim Free 
conscientiously took up the issue and got active 



JIM FREE 

President 

Associated Student Body 




1968-69: A PROGRESSIVE YEAR 



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Seated: Margaret Duncan, Sandra Lappin, Terry Denniston, 
Ann Shipley, Janet Moody, Marlene Campbell, Nanette 
Faulkner, Nancy Helberg, Anita Johnson, Ellen Martin. 



Standing: Cliff Gillespie, Lynn Cook, Mac McDona'd, Larry 
R. Williams, Joey Livesay, Doug Bennett, Jim Free, Patrick 
O'Neal, Ronny Owens, Bryant Millsaps, Joe Brakebill, Ken 
Maynard. 



support for the revision of the Codes. As a result, 
President Scarlett has set up a committee com- 
posed of both students and faculty members to 
review all university rules and policies. 

As proof of the students' growing concern for 
the quality of education at MTSU a student evalu- 
ation of the faculty was put into effect in mid- 
March. Under the direction of hlouse Speaker Pat- 



Pat O'Neal, Speaker of The hlouse 




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rick O'Neal, the program, although confronted by 
some opposition, was undertaken with the idea in 
mind of letting the instructors know how their stu- 
dents rated them as to teaching ability. It is hoped 
that the program will be a forerunner of future 
evaluations. 

Probably the most important of the ASB's activi- 
ties was its efforts at self-revision. The idea of a 
unicameral legislature, to replace the cumbersome 
and unequally represented h^ouse and Senate, was 
put forward in the hopes that the Associated Stu- 
dent Body might, in future years, become a more 
effective and beneficial voice of the students at 
MTSU. With the start the group has gotten this 
past year, future st-udent governments should be 
better able to fulfill their obligations to the student 
body. 



Doug Bennett, Speaker of The Senate 



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ELECTION COMMISSION 



A.S.B. FOOD 

A new committee, this group worked with 
ARA Slater in improving the cafeteria menu 
and with giving the students more of what they 
like to eat. 



The Election Commission completely runs all stu- 
dent elections. This year they increased efficiency 
at thepolls by moving them upstairs into the UC 
lobby. With the coming of voting machines for the 
Superlative Elections, a maximum of speed and 
efficiency was maintained. 




Standing: Art Polk, Bryant Millsaps, Jim Free. Seated: 
Ronnie Humphries, Pam Crutcher, Ronnie Sellers, Gayle 
Lyons, and Jan Williams. 




Standing: Mike 
Seated: Sandra 



Bottoms, Cliff Gillespie, Larry Gilliam. 
Lappin, Jinx Demetros, and Ann Shipley. 



SUPREME COURT 

Composed of a Chief Justice and four Associate 
Justices appointed for the duration of their stay at 
MTSU, the Supreme Court serves as the judicial 
branch of the student government. As a student 
court, truly coming into its own this past year, the 
group hears appeals from the Dormitory Councils 
and acts as a recommendation board on cases sub- 
mitted to it by University deans. 



Standing: S. Patrick Brooks, Bailiff; Joey Livesay, Public De- 
fender: Larry Williams, Attorney General; Linda Johnson, 
Court Recorder. Seated: Dave Pound, Sophomore; Pam 
Owen, Senior; Ronny Owens, Chief Justice; Gary Lowe, 
Senior; Larry Ledford, Junior. 



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FRESHMAN AFFAIRS 

Composed of upperclassmen, this com- 
mittee works throughout the summer 
months to draw up a schedule of activities 
to orient freshmen to the campus. These in- 
clude Freshman Week, an ISC Tea, an IFC 
tour of fraternity houses, the freshman tal- 
ent show, picnic, campus tours, mixers, and 
the President's Reception. 

Seated, Frori Left: Jo Ann Campbell, Diane Gan- 
non, Marjory Walker, and Mac McDonald. Not 
Pictured: Janet Moody, Sharlena Philips. 




Seated: Carole Moore, Rosemary Escue, Paula McHughes, Elaine 
Lehr, Suzanne Hewgley, Dolores Sutton, Diane Gannon, and Jenny 
Jones. 



ASB HOSTESSES 

The ASB hlostesses are the official hostesses for ASB 
and other university functions. This year one of the group's 
functions was to serve as receptionists at various alumni 
activities during Homecoming. This bright group of uni- 
versity coeds repeatedly put many an MTSU visitor at his 
ease while he was on campus. 



COMMUNICATIONS 

This group of students Is responsible for keeping the stu- 
dent body abreast of the activities of the ASB. Publishing 
special bulletins available to all students, releasing state- 
ments to the SIDELINES, and providing publicity for spe- 
cial ASB functions were a few of the group's responsibili- 
ties this year. 




Ronnie Sellers, Bill Zvanut, Anita Johnson, and Mike Meade. Not 
Pictured: Bobby Sands and Richard Graham. 




SCHOOL SPIRIT 

In an attempt to reverse the growing tendency 
for MTSU to leave school spirit to a small group of 
students, this committee has put forth a concerted 
effort to channel the spirit of all students towards 
supporting MTSU, not only at sports events, but 
in all aspects of university life. 



Front: Margaret Duncan, Dianne Waggoner, Connie Park- 
hurst, Carole Moore, Sandy Rooker. Back: John Polk, Bart 
Gordon, Lynn Cook, Marianne Weathers, Sandra Baugh, 
and Claudia Waller. 




Seated: Carol Patton, Nancy Chapman, Beebe Bryant, Betty Ann 
Hart, Jeanece Seals, Ann Shipley, Anita Johnson, Diane Gannon, 
and Marlene Campbell. 



CORRESPONDENCE 

This devoted group of girls somehow managed 
to keep track of the great amount of correspon- 
dence that filtered in and out of the ASB offices 
this year. Their organization and efficiency made 
them an Indlspensible part of the ASB. 

STUDENT AFFAIRS 

1968-69 proved to be a very successful year for 
the Student Affairs Committee. Charged with 
bringing big-name entertainment to the MTSU 
campus, the committee presented such groups as 
"Mitch Ryder, and the Detroit Wheels," "Martha 
and the Vandellas," "The Impressions," and "The 
Platters." The committee brought in the groups, 
publicized them, sold tickets, and ushered the 
shows. 




Seated: Jim Longmire, Robert Rucker, Carole Patton, Bryant 
Millsaps, Linda Hartman, Beirne Beaty, Claudia Waller. Not 
Pictured: Joe Brakeblll, Jim Neely, Bill Carney, and Jim Williams. 




SENATE 



Standing: Van Martin, Bart 
Gordon, Pete Klinard, Doug 
Bennett, Ed Baker, Jim Gar- 
ner, Joe MacDonald, Ronnie 
Hardaway, Mike Meade, 
Frank Clegg. Seated: Sarah 
Smith, Donna Knight, Martha 
Driver, Prissy Owen, Gall 
Colebrooke, Sandra Baugh, 
Sharlena Phillips. 



Working in cooperation with the House in pass- 
ing legislation and recommendations, the Senate 
this year was perhaps more active than it ever has 
been previously. Sustaining the spirit of reform on 
campus, this concerned group was a prime rriover 
in the fight for liberalization of the Coed Codes, 
besides maintaining an enthusiastic interest in all 
phases of student government concerns. 

HOUSE OF 

REPRESENTATIVES 

Besides meeting weekly to discuss and vote on 
legislation, the House serves as an open forum for 
the exchange of ideas between students, student 
organizations, and the ASB. In line with the ASB's 
attempt to dilineate the role of the ASB in MTSU's 
total program, the House undertook a faculty eval- 
uation project this spring. Along with the Senate, 
the House has been active in helping the ASB to 
find its spot in the total MTSU. 

hlouse members listen to an explanation of the MTSU flag 
during the "Dixie controversy." 






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SOCIAL 

Standing: Andy Beasley, Jinx 
Demetros, Jerre Ann Mathis, 
Cynthia Williams, Nancy htel- 
berg. Ken Maynard. Seated: 
Jane Kerr, Marilyn King, Ma- 
rie Bentley, Pam hlodges, 
Peggy Johnson, Elaine Lehr. 




Dr. Homer Pittard, Advisor 




1969 MIDLANDER 



A pile of layout sheeis, copy paper, and a dummy 
that will be changed endlessly as the year pro- 
gresses: these, and a few shadowy Ideas are The 
raw materials that go Into the compilation of a 
year's happenings and memories. Difficulties, a 
good idea — too late! Getting twenty people and 
a photographer In the same place at the same 
time, rain on the day the color pictures were to be 
made. Problems, lack of comn-iunlcatlon, general 
frustrations — all are forgotten when that last page 
goes to press, and a nondescript heap borders on 
becoming a reality. 



Class Editor, Lynn Womack. 



Carrol Poole, Copy Editor. Not Pictured: Nancy Helberg, Greek 
Editor; Bill Small, Statf Photographer. 




Editor-in-Chief, Lynn Small 



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MIDLANDER 





Leon Mooneyhan, Sports 



Liana Schwemer and Jane Farnsworth, Organizations 



Cheryl Bible, Business Manager 





Ann Benson, Freshman Editor 



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COLLAGE 

Collage appeared this year for the first time 
as an independent student publication. Using po- 
etry, essays, short stories, and photography, COL- 
LAGE editors added features and reports of in- 
terest to the magazine to form a worthy addition 
to the publications of this campus. With an edi- 
torial point of view separate from the SIDELINES, 
the COLLAGE has developed into an individual 
personality meeting the requests of Interested stu- 
dents. This year only one special edition was dis- 
tributed, the Fine Arts Festival Issue, but there are 
hopes for more as the magazine grows. 



Peters, Editor-in-Chief 




Standing: Al Notgrass, Gary Matthews. Sitting: Vicki Hill, 
Bill Peters, Emily Kelley. Sitting (Lower): Anna Trawicic, Rhea 
Cole. 



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Keel Hunt, Spring Editor-in-Chief 



SIDELINES 
ALL-AMERICAN 



A new office, eight a.m. campus disfribution, stu- 
dents setting the copy, two editions per week, en- 
dorsement of a presidential candidate, active sup- 
port of student government issues ... all added up 
to a year of change for this student oriented and 
operated newspaper. 

No small part of the credit for the SIDELINES' 
fi-rst All-American rating was due to the organiza- 
tion of the staff. Volunteer workers served on one 
of two staffs — business or editorial — with the busi- 
ness manager and editor-in-chief directly In charge 
of their respective responsibilities. 

From the selling of advertising and the setting of 
the stories in type to the assigning and editing of 
the copy, the SIDELINES attempted to operate as 
much like a city daily as possible. 



David Mathis, Fall Editor-in-Chief 




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Managing editors Caria Neal, Jonelle Pars- 
ey, and David Page make up pages for an 
up-coming edition of the SIDELINES. 



Jackie Crownover, Spring Business Manager 



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Colleen Powell, Fall Business Manager. 





Wanda Ensor, Feature Editor, and Michael Go-forth, News 
Editor, set headlines on the newly acquired Varityper. 



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Other members of the staff include Jimmy Piedra, William 
Smith, Ann Sutton, Greg Patterson, and Don Brooks. 



254 




Looking through the files at earlier editions are Donna hianvy, Charles Gonce, Marie Welsh, 
and Jenny Tenpenny. 




SIDELINES 



Assisting in the production or make-up of the newspaper twice each week are Paulette Fox, 
Mary Alice Wright, Shelia Alford, and Brenda Heller. 

Karen Thomas, Chuck Snyder, Linda Judd, Walter White, and Esther Sims handle the advertis- 
ing and circulation activities. 




TREBLE CHORALE 



The Treble Chorale was organized 
primarily for women students who 
are not music majors to have an op- 
portunity to sing in concert and for 
their own enjoyment. At Christmas 
and in the Spring the group pre- 
sented two outstanding concerts. 
Under the direction of Dr. hiarold 
Slagle, the Chorale also prepared 
and presented musical programs to 
high schools in the area. The Chorale 
has provided wonderful entertain- 
ment for both members and audi- 
ences. 




First Row: Dr. Harold Slagle, Conductor; Faye Blake, Historian; Iris Starks, Vice- 
President; Julie Douglas, President; Eve Watson, ASB Representative. Second Row: 
Jo Ann Hood, Jane Sherrill, Carole Patton, Librarian; Gay Garner, Judy L'Hom- 
medieu, Jane Hannah, Marcy Hess. 

UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA 



Under the direction of Ear! Hinton, the Univer- 
sity-Community Orchestra offers students, faculty 
members and community citizens the opportunity 
to play together in a full orchestra. Through con- 
certs, given regularly, at Christmas, and in the 



spring, the community has been able to experience 
some of the world's greatest orchestral music. In 
addition the joint university-orchestra group pro- 
vides students with the opportunity to play regu- 
larly with more experienced musicians. 




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SACRED 

HARP 

SINGERS 



Mickey Dyce, Jack Ray, 
Glen Belcher, Rocky Craft, 
Brenda Anderson, Ann 
Jackson, Mrs. Margaret 
Wright, Phyllis Norwood, 
Pat Smith, Bill Lord, Bill 
Cantrell, Jack Birchett. 



MTSU's talented Sacred Harp Singers sing a cap- 
pella, seated around a table, in Sixteenth Century ma- 
drigal style. Their repertoire consists of early English 
madrigals and folk songs, Sacred Harp hymns, white 
spirituals, and Southern folk songs and ballads. As they 
have in the past eighteen years, the group recorded a 
program of Christmas music for WSM radio. The group 



also performed in Spring Concert, and gave three out- 
standing performances at the first Tennessee Folk Fes- 
tival in Johnson City. The members were also active 
participants in the Fine Arts Festival held at MTSU in 
February. The group is well known throughout the South 
for Its numerous concert appearances and broadcast 
programs. 



CONCERT CHOIR 



The Concert Choir was organized at MTSU to pro- 
vide interested students with the opportunity to per- 
form fine choral literature. It has since become an in- 




tegral part of the music program. Under the direction 
of Neil Wright, the group performed in concert on the 
MTSU campus In the fall and spring. They also traveled 
to area high schools for concerts, especially In Nash- 
ville and Chattanooga. 



CHOIR MEMBERS: Johnie 
Payton. Phyllis Norwood, Ann 
Jackson, Nancy Beard, Jeanne 
Riggan, Gloria McCool, Ann 
Sloan, Kathleen Anderson, 
Sharon Howse, Patsy Smith, 
Brenda Anderson, Billie Crow- 
ell, Sherrye Allen, Becky 
Nance, Nancy Dowell, Janice 
Ducker, Gayle Sadler, Beverly 
Casteel, Marilyn Meador 
Kathy Bess. Patricia Mabry, 
Gloria Swope, Linda Parker 
Teresa Mayes, Frances Welch 
Debbie Sparkman, Janis Mont 
gomery, Joyce Adams, John 
Hudson, Carl Jones, William 
Cantrel, Timothy Cannon, Rob- 
ert Taylor, William Lord, James 
Ledbetter, Philip Waters. Jack 
Birchett, Ron Van Hall, Randy 
Brown, Doug Barlar, Jerry Box, 
Kenneth Crabtree, Rocky 
Cratt, Glen Belcher. Johnnie 
Davis, Jerry Henderson, James 
Ayers, Tommy McKnight, 
Duane Sawyer, Gary G'fellers 
Tony Washer, Lonnie Liston 
Charles Bell, Micky Dyce, Stan- 
ley German, Rodney Bass, Jack 
Ray, Randy Carson, Michael 
Moffitt, Dan Morris, Wilbur 
Rock. 



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BAND OF BLUE 

One of the unique campus organizations, MTSU's "Band 
of Blue" possesses traits of originality and versatility with 
regard to its nnusical group as well as with regard to the 
variety of its performance responsibilities. Composed of 
both music and non-music majors, many band members 
participate as non-credit performers, and some are lead- 
ers in other campus activities. With tri-weekly rehearsals 
and performances on and off the campus, the "Band of 
Blue" has developed an extremely strong group feeling. 

This year the band performed at football games and 
in the Grantland Rice Bowl at MTSU and at the Chatta- 
nooga and Western Kentcky games on the road. Its mem- 
bers also participated in the Homecoming and Veterans' 
Day parades. The precision demonstrated in the execution 
of the many intricate marching formations reflects the 
hours of practice on the field and the high level of excel- 
lence demanded by Joseph Smith, director of the march- 
ing band. 

At the conclusion of marching season, the Symphonic 
"Band of Blue," under the direction of hlorace Beasley, 
began rehearsing for the series of concerts it presented 
in Nashville, Jackson, Savannah, Bolivar, hlumboldt, and 
Milan. The band presented two concerts on campus and 
provided music for the Presidential Inauguration in May. 
The Symphonic Band plays music of the best quality 1hat 
challenges its players and is interesting to its audiences, 
hlours of intensive rehearsal and careful planning by Mr. 
Beasley result in a highly polished and professional musical 
product . 



First Row: Georqe McCashin. Ruth Lewis, Linda Arms, Jenan Dorman, Becky 
Nance, Letitia Berry, Sharon Heqe, Linda Cathy. Second Row: Cindy Hagerman, 
Sharon Reeder, Richard Lewis. Donna McCafferty, Phyllis Norwood, Jo Ann 
Campbell, Gerald Gustwick. Kathy Bess, Michel Randle, Tony Washer, John 
York, Iris Starks, Debbie Bohannon, Marlee Cox. Third Row: Jo Ann Hood, Betty 
Morton, Elizabeth hiarris, James Ayres, Ann Sloan. Jane Sherrill. Mary Lee 
Cooper, Beverly Casteel, Steve Driver, Mickey Dyce, Ivie McLaine, Ben Mc- 
Farlin, Nelson Kelley, Wilbur Rock. Jim Ledbetter, Phil Waters. Eric Starks. 
Fourth Row: Linda Mitchell, Bob Carpenter. Don Van Arsdale, Bill Adcock, Tom 
Tanner, Rick Tierce, Steve Thompson, Mike Fedak, Randy Smith, Kathy Austin. 
Lennie Liston. Al Cheatham, Robert Taylor, Georqe Zachery, Mickey Davenport. 
Joe Baxter. Bill Cantrell. Bob Dean, Gary G'Fellers. Jim Bevins, Carl Jones. 
Fifth Row: Lynn Moore, Gerald Gattis. Doug Barlar, Georqe Woods. Johnny 
Davis, Danny Andrews, John Duqan. Johnny Hudson, Roy Willis, Jerold Box. 
Standing: Malcolm Bounds, Art Gibson. Harold Coe. Bill McClanahan, Charles 
Bell. Pat Smith, Stephen Gilbert. Not Present: Ron Van Hall, T. P. Johnson. Chuck 
Tallant, Wayne Musselwhite, Glen Belcher, and Stanley German. 





BLOCK AND BRIDLE 

The Block and Bridle Club attempts to promote 
higher scholastic standards among students of ani- 
mal husbandry. As a group they strive to promote 
animal husbandry, especially all phases of student 
work in this area in colleges and universities. An- 
other of the organization's aims is to promote a 
closer relationship among those who are pursuing 
some phase of animal husbandry as a profession. 
The club, as it does each year, sponsored anc+her 
very successful "Little International" which con- 
sisted of a cattle show run by the livestock man- 
agement class combined with sorority and frater- 
nity activities. Greeks participated in a tug-o-war, 
goat-milking contest, and a greased-pig chase. 
Other activities included a spring horse show, work- 
ing at a cattle show, a barbeque for new club mem- 
bers, and an end-of-the-year banquet with a guest 
speaker. Officers for the year were: Jim Malone. 
President; Jerry Mansfield, Vice-President; Pat 
Jowers, Secretary; Pat Russell, Treasurer; Taylor 
Holmes, ASB Representative; Billy Joe Wiley, Par- 
liamentarian; Kenneth Phillips, Representative; Jim 
Ackers, hierdsman. 



RODEO CLUB 

The MTSU Rodeo Club was organized In 1963 to 
promote Intercollegiate rodeo and an Interest In 
horses. The main concern of the club Is to produce 
a rodeo on campus each spring, featuring cowboys 
and cowgirls from MTSU and other colleges in the 
mid-South area. 

The club Is an active member of the Mid-South 
Intercollegiate Rodeo Association which produces 
a match rodeo between college rodeo teams in its 
area. While the club's main Interest Is rodeo, many 
members do not compete. They are instead inter- 
ested In good horsemanship and good sportsman- 
ship. 

Activities for the year included welner roasts, 
hayrides, and films and speakers on horses and 
rodeos. 




Rodeo Club members practice for the many mid-South rodeos that 
they attend. 



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Seated: Clay Beaver, Vice-President; Larry Markus, Treas- 
urer; Bill Adcock, President; Bill Clary, Rodeo Chairman; 
Pat Jowers, Secretary. Second Row: Jim Allen, Nolan Owens, 
Bill Cannon, Marilyn Adcock, Gary Long, John Ackerson, 



David Nadeau, Vicki York, Josie Crafton, Rodeo Queen; 
Cindy Dasch. Third Row: Gary Buckner, Steve Evans, Tom 
Richards, Tony Coleman, Gordy Lampley, Taylor Holmes, 
Mr. Jerry Williams, Sponsor. 




First Row: Margaret Duncan, Treasurer; Jea Adcock, Mem- 
bership Chairman; Judy Creswell, Judy Batson, lleen Bridges. 
Second Row: Sandra L. Adams, Barbara Adams, Eulonda 



Beard, June Elmore, Mary Chisholm, Jan Anderfon, Marlene 
Campbell, Barbara Comer. Third Row: Roberta Cummings, 
Cea Brantner, Billie Aslinger. 




Seated: Patricia Louise Flood, Carolyn Duke, Nancy hierb, 
Sandy hlood, Carolyn Jones, Betty Klmbrough, Charles 
Gonce, Gary hHarville. Standing: Janice hlolland, Lana Tucker, 



Anita Johnson, Nancy Godbold, Melody Jennings, Ann Hes- 
ter, Judith Jennings, Shirley Jared, Susan Justus, Patsy 
hlooper. 



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UDENT NATIONAL 

EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 




First Row: Fred Poe, Publicity; Jean Adcock, Membership 
Chairman; Sandra Barr, President; Jane McGee, Secretary; 
Joan Pockrus. Second Row: Donna Chism, Judy Mathis, 
Marsha Smith, Frances Welch. Kathy Rothwell, Linda Linde- 
nau, Eugene Manfredini. Third Row: Phyllis Wilson, Jean 
Stephens, Macy Young, Brenda Rickart, Cheryl Scott, Caro- 
lyn Clark, Glenda York, Barbara Wright. Fourth Row: Patricia 



Sarver, Barbara Woods, Gwanda Phillips, Linda Wiseman, 
Janice Pendergrass, Norma Keylon, Jane Young, Babe Rizor, 
Daphna Schultz, Margaret Wooten, Ann Sutton. Fifth Row: 
Jane Erwin, Jean Tinnin, William Bryan, Charlotte Winfree, 
Jill Smith, Peggy Sain, Gayle Brantley, Elizabeth Parton, Ave 
Pevahouse, Angela Conway. 




The Student National Education Association at- 
tennpts to stimulate Interest In professional educa- 
tional organizations and In the profession of teach- 
ing on the MTSU campus. This year they Initiated a 
much needed and appreciated tutorial system In 
the Murfreesboro schools. The organization's meet- 
ings featured discussions on juvenile delinquency, 
mock Interviews for teaching positions, and an ori- 
entation to the purposes of the Tennessee Educa- 
tion Association. The members gathered for their 
annual get-together picnic early In the year. Spon- 
sored by two of the education department's most 
personable members, Mr. Dean Freedle and Dr. 
Mary Martin, the SNEA is an organization that has 
much to offer Its members. 



Today's teachers are a far cry from the long-skirted ones to 
whom Johnny used to bring an apple. 



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TEAM 

"Number One in the State" is 
a proud and just title for the 
MTSU Debate Squad. In addition 
to this overall achievement, the 
team has surpassed many of its 
records this year. Fred McLean 
and Lee Greer broke the school 
record of most consecutive wins 
. . . sixteen. At the end of the 
first semester these two had 
broken the previous season's rec- 
ord of 33- 1 8 by setting their own 
of 44-17. At the MTSU Junior 
tournament Ken Darrell and M. 
A. Norman finished as the only 
undefeated negative team in the 
tournament. 

Much recognition goes to this 
team which has compiled an out- 
standing record after participat- 
ing in fifteen tournaments. 



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YOUNG DEMOCRATS 



Even though their efforts have not reflected suc- 
cess on the national scene, the Young Democrats 
gave their utmost in campaigning for their party. 
Through appearances of political figures and dis- 
cussions In a collegiate atmosphere the Young Dem- 
ocrats have gained and grown politically this year. 



Seated: Sylvester Brooks, ASB Representative; Colleen Powell, Presi- 
dent; Paulette Fox, Treasurer; Bobby Lynch, Ann Sutton, Secretary; 
David Mathis. Standing: Charles Gonce, Robert Rucker, Walter W. 
Wood, David Dearing, Lucile Starks, Gordon Mayfield, Alice hludson, 
Walter hi. White, III, David Page, Harriet Parsley. 





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Attempting to promote the ideals and alms of 
the Republican Party the Young Republicans have 
accomplished much this year. By holding a debate 
on the Presidential race they were able to bring 
into sharp focus the ideals of their candidate. By 
aiding In bringing Gerald Ford and other political 
personalities to the campus, the Young Republicans 
offered all concerned an opportunity to hear lead- 
ers of their party. 



Seated: Liz Thackston, Secretary; Susie Jackson, Treasurer; Betsy 
Jackson, Virginia Fults, Jean Smith, Sandra Baugh, Shirley Russell, 
Vice-President; Paula McHughes. Standing: Dennis Adamson, Lee 
Greer, Joey Livesay, President; Fred Poe, Louis Oliver. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS 



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CIRCLE K 



Ticket sales indicated a good 
turn-out for the first Miss 




Circle K members work on the pageant runway 




MISS MTSU PAGEANT 



circle K holds the distinction of being perhaps the most 
active service organization on campus. Their only reason for 
existing Is to be of service to MTSU, and as such, they are a 
constant center of activity. Activities this year included those 
all-important campus tours for freshmen, the building of bon- 
fires to warm up Raider supporters at pep-rallies, and partici- 
pation in both the Biology Club Stunt Night and the College 
Bowl. Special services Included the annual Christmas party for 
underprivileged children and a spring picnic for orphans. This 
year Circle K assumed responsibility for the Miss MTSU Pag- 




Front Row: J. B. Baker, Secretary; Ben McFarlin, Alumni Secre- 
tary; Danny Marr, Parliamentarian; Ed Baker, Treasurer; Mickey 
George, Corresponding Secretary. Row Two: Denny Hastings, 
Bill Cornes, Joe Guntherbery, Mitchell Chambers, Joey Livesay, 
Frank Routson, Lynn Cook, Larry hlayes, Vice-President. Row 
Three: Kennon Evans, John Shannon, Gary Hall, Board of Di- 
rectors; Gary Lowe, Bryant Millsaps, Charles Dahlgren, William 
Phillips, Bobby Blair, Lee Webb. Back Row: Mike Hosey, Larry 
Ledford, Van Martin, Jim Free, M. A. Norman, Bart Gordon. 



eant held In February. Formerly the Miss Midlander Contest, 
it had previously been co-sponsored by Circle K and the Mid- 
lander staff. 

Membership In the organization is limited to young men 
who have shown promise of ability In campus affairs and who 
have a sincere interest In belonging to an active service or- 
ganization. 



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TRITON 
CLUB 

Though few in number, the 
members of MTSU's Triton 
Club meet regularly to be- 
come skilled aquatic per- 
formers of the art of syn- 
chronized swimming. They en- 
thusiastically presented two 
water shows this year, in De- 
cember and April, which ef- 
fectively showed off their 
skills. Officers for the year 
were: Richard Thompson, 
President; Claudia Copeland, 
Secretary; and Fradonna Phil- 
lips, Treasurer. 

First Row: Denie Smith, Donna Muller, Dar- 
lene Schwartz, Libby Miller, Betty Blalock, 
Claudia Copeland, Amy Webster, Carolyn 
Phillips. Second Row: Madaline Tilford, Mike 
Domeck, Margaret Hardin, Olivia Powell, 
Anne Tincher, Mary Alice Willhoit, Mike 
Greene, Mike Putnam, Bob Cooke. Third Row: 
Mrs. Buttress (sponsor), Mr. Levi, Steve Math- 
is, Elizabeth Wiser, Bill Albaugh, James Smith, 
Bill Bond, Tom Blockley, Ron Nelson, Richard 
Thompson, Burnell Wilson. 




First Row: Ike Franklin, Jimmy Dunn, Ralph Overton, Clay hHollo- 
way, Brady Straub. Second Row: Johnny Beene, Mike Cowan, 
Ronnie Johnson, Johnny Grimes, Jimmy Williams, Tommy Beene, 
Mike Townsend, Bob Schamberg. Third Row: hierb Roberts, Joe 
Jones, David Duvall, Gary Wright, Mike Womack, Joel Mus- 
grave, Tom Schamberg, Jackie Carver, Tim Kalthoff, Gary 
Draper. 



^*T" CLUB 

"T" Club members, wearers of the only athletic let- 
ters allowed on campus, strive to foster better rela- 
tionships between athletes and the MTSU student body. 
This year the club worked with the High School Basket- 
ball Tournaments to raise money and gave a Christmas 
program for the children at the Good Shepherd's hHome. 
Another activity was the annual "T" Club picnic and 



golf tournament. An active group, the "T" Club is a 
real boost to Raider spirit. Officers for the year in- 
cluded: Ike Franklin, President; Jimmy Dunn, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Brady Straub, Secretary-Treasurer; Ralph Over- 
ton, Sergeant at Arms; Clay Holloway, ASB Repre- 
sentative; and as Advisor, Coach Jimmy Earle. 





The Blue Raider Sports Car Club. 



Sports buggies dress up ■for Homecoming. 




'You want me to Auto-what?" 



THE BLUE RAIDER 
SPORTS CAR CLUE 

Since its inception, the Blue Raider Sports Car 
Club has strived to promote safe driving by giving 
its members opportunities to discuss the merits of 
safe equipment and to see and use safe driving 
concepts. These received practical application both 
on the street and on the track. Track racinc took 
the form of several Autocrosses — narrow, twisting 
courses set up with pylons in which each cur is 
maneuvered through the course as quickly as pos- 
sible without knocking over any pylons. This de- 
veloped driving skill quickly and safely. Safe driv- 
ing techniques were practiced on the streets and 
roads of Tennessee in several Auto Rallyes ranging 
from 15 to 300 miles in length. Rallye drivers did 
not race; instead, they tried to follow a compli- 
cated list of instructions which eventually led to 
an unknown destination. This was done while main- 
taining an average pre-set speed. 

Membership in the organization varies, but it is 
almost certain that the owner of any type sporrs 
car will sooner or later be approached to take part 
in the club's activities. 




Bottom to Top: Sharon Daniel, Jane Watson, President: 
Jeannie Chester, Vice-President; Emily Ann Marshall, Treas- 
urer: Bobbie Jo McCargo, Secretary: Peggy hiarris. Pub- 
licity Chairman: Judy Luna, ASB Representative: Sharon 

BIOLOGY CLUB 

MTSU's Biology Club welcomes as members 
those students having an interest in biology. The 
members' activities for the year included participa- 
tion in Club Night, the Homecoming parade, spon- 
sorship of a spring picnic for members of the bi- 
ology faculty, a Christmas party, and a spring pic- 
nic for club members; the big project was sponsor- 
ship of the Biology Club Stunt Night, to which 
campus organizations were invited to present orig- 
inal skits before a student audience. The proceeds 
of the Stunt Night were placed in the George B. 
Davis Loan Fund. 




Patton, Jean Smith, Sammy Sells, Bill Granstaff, Tom Hart- 
ley, Sanford McGee, James Goodman, Jerry Frensley, Bob 
Taylor, Mike Adams, Wayne Walker, Joe Sewell. 



1968 Stunt Night winner. Phi Mu Alpha. 



Above, Lett: Kappa Delta accepted the second-place 
award in the 1968 Stunt Night. Below, Right: Members work 
on the club's entry in the 1968 Homecoming parade. 




Attempting to go beyond the classroonn, the mem- 
bers of the Chemistry Club have banded together to 
increase their knowledge of chemistry. They enjoyed 
lectures by faculty, student, and guest speakers. They 
frequently could be found spending additional hours 
in the lab, as well as making field trips to industrial 
laboratories. 



CHEMISTRY CLUB 




From Left: Ronald Ten- 
nant, President Jimmy Mor- 
ris, Richard Thompson, 
Secretary-Treasurer; Mar- 
vin Jarrett, Vice-President; 
Betty Ann tHunter, Norita 
Grenz, ASB Representa- 
tive. 




SPELUNKERS 

Promotion of cave safety and conservation is the 
primary interest of the Spelunkers. During the year the 
members enjoyed special programs on the caves of 
America, cave explorations, enjoyment, and research. 
They also investigated methods of preventing cave 
vandalism. An active and interested group, the Spe- 
lunkers does much to further the enjoyment and knowl- 
edge of caves by Its members. 

On Ropes: Roger McMillan, Jimmy Chrietzburg, Art Firtion. 
Standing: David Bryan, Marion Ralston, Mike Phillips, Larry Size- 
more, Terry hiall, Ronnie Polk. Kneeling: Joyce Burns, Mary Long, 
Karen Fowler, Yvonne Hayes. 




Seated: David Miller, Jerry Rye, Treasurer; Andy Kirsch, 
President; Herbert Looney, Vice-President; Ron Hardaway, 



Secretary. Standing: Richard Rice, Earl Hillis, Don Owens, 
Alan Curt, Fred Poe, John Nelson, G. Barnett. 




. . Club Night display . . . 

Mary Brockman, Miss Vets Club, 1969 




since its founding in 1947, the Veterans Club has 
continued to be one of the most active organiza- 
tions on campus, sponsoring and participating in a 
wide range of university activities. In 1954 the club 
hosted its first talent contest, which has oince 
evolved into an annual event. A beauty contest was 
added in 1962 to choose a Miss Vets Beauty to 
represent the club in the annual Miss MTSlJ Pag- 
eant. This year's Vets Beauty was Miss Mary Brock- 





An entrant In the annual Beard-Growing Contest. 
Connie O'Connell, Talent Contest winner. 

VETERANS CLUB 

man. The winner of the talent contest was Miss 
Connie O'Connell. 

Among the activities sponsored by the club 
were monthly programs for the patients at the 
V.A. hHospItal, sponsorship of an orphan at the an- 
nual ASB Christmas party, an entry In the Biology 
Club Stunt Night, a Homecoming float, and spon- 
sorship of the annual Vets Club beard-growIng 
con+est. 




Homecoming 1968—"! Go POGO." 



Roger Trough: One of the participants 
annual Vets Talent Show. 



the fourteenth 



PE CLUB 

The PE Club meets bi-monthly, 
striving to promote interest in the 
profession of physical education. The 
members represent MTSU at the an- 
nual h^PER State Convention as well 
as the Southern District Convention. 
This organization participated in the 
Homecoming parade and sponsored 
a child at the ASB Christmas party. 
Officers included, as President, Jim 
Barr; Vice-President, Judy Linville; 
Treasurer, Edward Solomon; Secre- 
tary, Pat Sarver; and Publicity 
Chairman, Kenny Linville. 





Front Row: Edward C. Solomon, Judy Linville, Jim Barr, Pat 
Sarver, Kenny Linville. Row Two: Anne Forde, Marcia Ed- 
wards, Dorothy Heriges, Patti Coulter, Roberta Cummings, 



Jean Tinnin, Audrey Jo Rascoe, Nancy Godbo'd. Back Row: 
David Herbert, Sondra Wilcox, Sponsor; Debbie Lundlen, 
Bill Welch, Philip Parker, Brenda Beck. Peggy Linville. 



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TAU SIGMA 

Through Its activities, Tau Sigma works to broad- 
en Interest In the social sciences, to work with rhe 
administration in all matters affecting the welfare 
of the student body, to promote the best possible 
understanding between faculty members and stu- 
dents, and to perpetuate the traditions of MTSU. 
The group was able to make donations to La Sabre 
Indian School and Father Flanagan's Boys' Town 
through the sale of MTSU pennants. The members 
also enjoyed a hialloween party, Sewart tour ond 
picnic, a pizza party, and a Christmas get-together. 



First Row: Jimmy Williams, Executive Chairman; Marcy 
Hess, First Chairman; Mr. hlarold Conway, Advisor; Carol 
Koth, Executive Secretary; Shirley hlollis, ASB Representa- 
tive. Second Row: Tim Perry, Judy Batson, Sue Burton, Linda 
Johnson, Sharlena Phillips, Reba Wynn, Sandy hlood, Lana 
Tucker, Judy Creswell. Third Row: David Hood, Gary Har- 
ville, barrel King, John Reed, Joel Earheart, Carol Ann 
Parker, Jo Ann Wiseman, Jean Stephens, Judy Long, Sandy 
Herbert, David Herbert. Fourth Row: Dave Walton, Jim 
Pugh, Herb Looney, Judith Jennings, Betsy Reed, Wanda 
Webb, Sherrie Morris, Barbara Morse, Donna Bentley, Linda 
Wiseman, Gwanda Phillips. 



WEIGHTLIFTING CLUB 



To encourage weight training 
and physical fitness on the MTSU 
campus and in Middle Tennessee, 
the MTSU Welghtllfting Club 
was formed In 1967. The chief 
requirement for entering the 
club is an enthusiasm for weight 
training and weight-lifting. The 
club has been active in Intra- 
mural sports, social functions, 
and charity functions on campus. 



Seated: Dr. James Covington, Advis- 
or; Steve Jarrell, President; Charles 
Estes, Vice-President; Don Newberry, 
Publicity Chairman. Second Row: Mike 
Powell, Treasurer; Mack Barrett, Bill 
Kennedy, John Troy, Gary Sawyer. 
Third Row: Hoge Green, Jim Jeeter, 
Bill Brigham, John Ackerson. Not Pres- 
ent: Joe Malone and Bill Albaugh. 




PRE-LAW SOCIETY 



Seated: Elizabeth Boyers, Sponsor; Charles Flower, Jr., Colleen 
Powell, Secretary; Linda Judd, ASB Representative; Charles Ray, 
President; Robert C. Pirtle, Brett Blevins. Standing: Linden Ham- 



mond, Mike Bottoms, Jeff Sakas, Bobby Elliott, Richard Mc- 
Gregor, Larry Drolsum, Jimmy Smartt, Bob Sands. 




Sponsored by the ever active Mrs. Elizabeth Boyers 
the Pre-Law Society, through the hard work of its mem- 
bership, has been able to make and maintain contact 
with practicing attorneys. Through their activities, 
these future lawyers have a better idea as to whether 
their choice of field will suit them. The society has 
achieved much in filling a void previously seen on this 
campus. 



Since its organization in the Spring of 1968, Gamma 
Epsilon has been active in its attempt to interest stu- 
dents in geography and to expand its members own 
knowledge of geography. This has been accomplished 
through their meetings and by means of field trips to 
points of interest around the state of Tennessee. In the 
Spring all of the members enjoyed a trip to Mammoth 
Cave, Kentucky. 




William Money, Joey Perkins, Vice-President; Alice Hudson, Presi- 
dent; Virginia Fults, Publicity Chairman; Bob Eadler, Secretary- 
Treasurer; Ray Hollis, Joyce Martin. 



GAMMA EPSILON 



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INTERNATIONAL CLUB 




This unique organlzatfon Is made up of both 
foreign students and Interested Annerlcan students. 
The club Is designed to assist foreign students in 
making an easy transition into campus life and in 
adjusting to American mores and traditions by pro- 
moting occasions for socializing and discussion. 
Their projects for the year Included participation in 
the hlomecoming parade, sponsoring an orphan at 
Christmas, and International Salad Night, and an 
orientation program in the form of a tea. hHosseln 
Mansour was the President for the year; Wanda 
Webb served as Vice-President; Isam hiallm was 
the representative to the ASB. 



International display at club night. 







Front Row: Isam hlalim, ASB Representative; Wanda Webb, 
Vice-President; Hossein Mansour, President; Anne Northcutt, 
Pamela Warren. Row Two: Georgia Sauer-Looney, Suresh N. 



Mehta, Linda Lake, Susan Potts, Charles Campbell 
James, Jr., Audrey Nichocas, Melanle Magnus. 



Robert 



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NCA off SECRETARIES 



Seafed: Janice Trimble, President; Linda Sue Wiseman, Janice 
Pope, Vice-President; Pam Zimmerman, Historian; Carole Patten, 
ASB Representative; Carol Finney, Cheryl Scott, Elizabeth Daniel. 
Standing: Lucretia Witt, Secretary; Jean Adcock, Janice Britton. 
Debbie White, Janice Boling, Patricia Delk, Publicity Chairman; 
hHazel Bloodworth, Carolyn Duke, Jean Stephens, Diane Sullivan, 
Treasurer; Diane Rooker, Pam Green, Dorris Taylor, Rita Me- 
shotto. Sponsors are Dr. L. V. Taylor and Mr. Ivey Chance. 



This association has as its purpose the exchange of 
ideas and experiences among students planning secre- 
tarial careers. Their monthly meetings encourage 
achievement of this purpose as well as the guest speak- 
ers v/hich they invite from the field of business. The 
NCAS made several field trips which were designed 
to help the members grow professionally. They spon- 
sored a seminar for professional secretaries in the area 
and entertained the campus secretaries at a tea. 




EL CIRCULO 
HISPANO 

El Circulo Hispaiio, which has 
enjoyed many a Mexican and 
Spanish oriented program, was 
organized to promote interest in 
Spanish and Spanish-American 
language, culture, customs, music, 
and art. In addition to regular 
meetings the members enter- 
tained guests from Latin Amer- 
ica, had a picnic at the .home of 
their sponsor, and entertained at 
a Mexican dinner. Probably one 
of the most original parties this 
year occurred during their Christ- 
mas celebration — Mexican style. 




Front Row: Ann Adams, President; Jerry Rye, Vice-President; 
Trudy Whitver, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row: Carolyn Phil- 
lips, Kennard Tarkington, Linda Worden, Dr. T. Coy Porter, 
Advisor. Standing: Pat hieffington, Patrick Cox, Anna Trawick. 



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Standing: Joan Pockrus, Jerry Poulln, Leonard Zachery, Richard 
Arnold, Roselie Alexander. Seated: Dr. June Martin, Phyllis Mc- 
Connell, Sherry Collins, Cheryl Bible, Mrs. Vera hHoward. Not 
Pictured: Janet Fisher, and Dr. Traore. 




LA SOCIETE 
FRANCAISE 

Though small in membership, the 
French Club participates In a great 
variety of activities designed to ac- 
quaint its members with the true 
mode of French life. Membership is 
open to all those interested in the 
study of French culture. This year the 
club co-sponsored the Foreign Film 
Series and participated in the Col- 
lege Bowl, Stunt Night, and Club 
Night. In addition, a Spring banquet 
and Christmas party were held for 
the members. 




Floor: Wolf Kamlott, Bob hiazelinski, C. Anthony Martin, Earl L. 
hiillis, Linda Noble, hiermann Bloch, Mike McCarroll, John Baily, 
Ortrun Gilbert, Jack Barden. Couch: Regina Warden, Susie La- 
tane, Liz Thackston, Mary Wehrman, Toni Flynn, Martha Sadler, 
Liana Schwemer, Norita Grenz. 



Die Deutchen 
Kameraden 



Organized to further interest in the German language 
and culture through intellectual and social functions, 
the German Club has continued to grow both in mem- 
bership and scope of activities. This years activities 
included participation in Conversation groups, lecture 
series, the College Bowl, Soccer parties, and co-spon- 
sorship of the Foreign Film Series. This year the mem- 
bers entertained members of the faculty and adminis- 
tration at a November-fest. 



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First Row: Sharon Martin, President; Connie Foster, 
Publicity Chairman; Judy Leach, Secretary; Pat Bentley, 
Vice-President; Fred Newhart, Treasurer. Second Row: 
Jean Sullivan, Prissy Floyd. Third Row: Mary Flynn, 
Sharon Parker. Fourth Row: Bobbye Merryman, Betty 
Reed, Clara Smith, Marie Potts, advisor; Sandra Wil- 
son, Linda Lane, Johnette Justice. Back Row: Jean Lind- 
say, Carolyn Yarbrough, Karen Burns, Sandra Taylor, 
Georgia Looney. 

STUDENT NURSES 
ASSOCIATION 



The MTSU Student Nurses Association was a 
natural outgrowth of the nursing program at MTSU. 
The organization encourages its members to par- 
ticipate in professional organizations, to continue 
their education, and to work with the campus and 
the community in an effort to develop a better un- 
derstanding of today's nursing. They participated 
in campus activities as well as collecting for UNI- 
CEF, hearing guest speakers, and engaging in the 
recreational activities at the V.A. Hospital. 




The Orchesis is the campus' modern dance orga- 
nization. These girls practice during the year for 
the various tours and concerts in which they par- 
ticipate. The highlights of this year's activities were 
performances in the Fine Arts Festival and ■''he 
World of Dance. Several members also danced in 
the Phi Mu Alpha concert this spring. 



Standing: Beth McLemore, Social Chairman; Leslie hHar- 
rls, President; Marcy Hess, Juanlta Allen, Treasurer; 
Moonyene King, Sarah Miller. Seated: Diann Dorrls, 
Meridy Drolsum, Caria Neal, Connie O'Connell. 



ORCHESIS 



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Philip Harper, Margaret Wright, Sponsor; Marie McBride, Linda Arms, Tom McKnight, 
Faye Parker, Elaine Barnhill Swyers, Arlene Windrow, Rocky Craft. President; Duane 
Sawyer, Myrna Morgan, Kathleen Anderson. At the organ console: Marilyn Meador, 
Secretary; and Gayle Sadler. Not Pictured: Randy Carson, Patricia Mabry, Billie 
Crowell, Anne Pettey, Ann Crenshaw, and Jane Jenkins. 



GUILD 

STUDENT GROUP 



The Guild Student Group was founded 
to advance the cause of worthy religious 
music and to raise the standards of ef- 
ficiency of organists and choirmasters. 
In addition, the members of this group 
are able to meet together to discuss pro- 
fessional topics. In addition to the Guild's 
annual presentation of Christmas music, 
the group sponsored its own lecture series 
on the varying aspects of church music 
and its playing. The members attended 
and presented recitals of the Nashville 
chapter of the Guild. 



MENC 

Organized to allow its members a 
voice in the crucial problems of music 
education, the MENC participates in 
discussions with educators already in the 
music field. The organization gives its 
members a better concept of general 
music education and its relationship to 
the rest of the arts. Membership is open 
to all having an interest in music educa- 
tion. 




Seated: Becky Nance, Jane Sherrill, Richard Lewis, Jo Ann Hood, Beverly Casteel. 
Row Two: Ann Jackson, Gayle Sadler, Gary G'fellers, Lonnie Liston, Marlee Cox, Faye 
Parker. Back Row: Danny Andrews, Doug Barlar, Rocky Craft, T. Earl Hinton, Phillip 
Waters. 



HOME ECONOMICS 




The Ellington Home Economics Building is a home away from home 
for the girls who spend many hours a week in its various "laboratories." 



MTSU's Home Economics chapter, through par- 
ticipation in the promotion of the objective? of ''he 
Tennessee and American hlome Economics associa- 
tions, helps its members to meet members of the 
profession who have attained recognition for their 
activities in home economics. As it does each year, 
the club held a party at the beginning of the year 
to introduce freshman and transfer students to the 
activities of the program. The annual Career Day, 
designed to introduce prospective high school siu- 
dents to the home economics program at MTSU, 
was once again a great success. The members par- 
ticipated in Club Night, Stunt Night, and hlome- 
coming activities, and, to complete a well-rounded 
year, they placed first in the second annual T.O. 
ALL-Sing held in early March. 

First Row: Connie Winters, Public Relations; Marie Smythia, 
Treasurer; Susan Willis, I st Vice-President; Madolyn Sapp, 
President; Libby Reed, Secretary; Sue Selby, Historian. 
Second Row: Edwena Mitchell, Marie McBride, Judy Mathls, 
Dianne Locker, Special Projects; Nancy Fly, ASB Represen- 
tative; Linda White, Jane Ervin, Angela Conway. Third Row: 
Melody Jennings, Geraldene Hunt, Linda Ballard, Sharon 
Hardison, Linda Watson, Glenda Perryman, Elizabeth Mor- 
ris, Anna Lou Holman, Tina Pfeiffer. Fourth Row: Clarice 
Waggoner, Marilyn Chattin, Janet Chattin, Linda Gayle 
Wells, Phyllis Smith, Carol Rutledge, Carolyn Barger, Wan- 
da Barkley, Judy Hooper, Elaine Hite, Judy Sanders, Audrey 
Nicholas, Ellen Bevington, Brenda Bond, Barbara Adams, 
Pat Bowling. 





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Left: Phyllis Murphy, Keith Bronder, Sylvia McKnight, Tony 
Marshall, Kathy hlinds, Marilyn McCallie, Linda Mohamidu, 
Charles Gonce, Slobodan Radojevic, Barry Underwood, Susan 
Karsch, John Cordell, Chip Woody. Center: Pam Owen, 
Miss Mary Sklba, Mrs. Dorethe Tucker, Clayton hiawes, 
Ronnie Burns, Linda Smith, Andrea Lindsay, Dana Lowe, 
Sally Weatherford, Francis Eagle, Stanley German, Marion 



Gowan, Susan Potts, John Jarrett, Lane Davies, Charlie 
Jackson, Myrtie Foutch, David hHarbin, Steve White, Morgan 
Abernathy, Ken Knowles, Chip Schofield, G'enna Dean, 
Susan Ray, John Gilpin. Right: George Clinton, Emily Amon- 
ette, Debbie Kermon, Donna hiardy, Marie Brown, Lynn 
Brown, Jenan Dorman, Ron Van hiall, Jimmy Wauford, Bob 
Forsythe, Cathy Bess. 



BUCHANAN PLAYERS 



The Buchanan Players, responsible for many fine 
nights of entertainment on the MTSU campus, meet 
weekly for business and programs as well as nightly 
when preparing for a play. Open- to any student 
interested in dramatics, both on and off the stage, 
the Players offer many a night of hilarious happen- 
ings and serious business. This year, in addition to 
the regularily scheduled plays, John Gilpin, Phyllis 
Murphy, Keith Bronder, Lynn Brown, Pam Owen, 
and Stan German, under the direction of Mrs. 
Tucker, formed a touring company which has trav- 
elled to Nashville, Columbia, and to Auburn Uni- 
versity. 

This year seems to have been a record-breaker 
for the Players, with "Little Me" playing for ten 
this campus! Another first for the year was the 
guest direction of the "Adding Machine" by Clay- 
ton Hawes. But perhaps most outstanding and 
remarkable was the set designed by Keith Bronder 
for "Dark of the Moon." Indeed, with presentations 
of professional quality such as these and "Carmen," 
in which all enjoyed George Clinton as Don Jose 



A dramatic scene from DARK OF THE MOON. 



and Windy Bone as Carmen, the Players have 
achieved their goals of promotion and cultivation 
of interest in the dramatic fields. Officers for the 
year are: John Gilpin, President; Lynn Brown and 
Phyllis Murphy, Vice-Presidents; Andrea Lindsey, 
Secretary; and Ronnie Burns, Treasurer. 




C.U.B.E. 



Organized to help create better understanding 
among Individuals, CUBE has achieved much during 
its first year of organization. High on their list of 
endeavors is their tutoring program for elementary 
school children. Most of the members spend several 



evenings a week at hHolloway School tutoring chil- 
dren whose school progress indicates a need for 
additional help. Among the group's other activities 
this year were a hlomecoming float and extensive 
work with the local hluman Relations Committee. 



First Row: Donald Cleveland, Margaret Hockett, Secretary; 
Casandria Sims, Assistant Secretary; Janice Ducker, Vice- 
President; Lee Webb, ASB Representative; Karen Thomas, 
Treasurer. Second Row: Mike Strong, William Phillips, Pat- 
rick Cox, Darryl Phillips, Jack Barden, Wolf Kamlott, Roy 
Roberson, Linda Judd, Sylvester Brooks. Third Row: Colleen 



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Powell, Gordon Taylor, Sammie Nicely, Jonelle Parsley, Alice 
Hudson, Robert Rucker, Elaine hlite; Erskine R. Smith, Pub- 
licity Chairman; Lucile Starks, Brenda North, Treasurer; 
Gloria Walker. Fourth Row: John Reed, Greg Lancaster, 
Darnell King, Bobby Lynch. 



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MARKETING 

ASSOCIATION 



The American Marketing Association en- 
courages students to choose a career within 
the field of marketing and stimulates interest 
and encourages scholarship of students pres- 
ently in the marketing program. The group's 
meetings this year have featured guest 
speakers from various businesses in the 
Middle Tennessee area. Members were in- 
volved with J. C. Penney Co. in hlundred 
Oaks for the club project in the field of 
marketing and presented a fashion show in 
co-operation with Cain-Sloan and White 
Stag. 



First Row: Mike Chance, James Gilley, hHershel Thrasher, Vice-President; Denny 
Hastings, ASB Representative. Second Row: Sharon L. Lollar, Sponsor; Judy 
Klein, Secretary; Donald Newberry; Harry Thomas, President; Dr. William 
Vaught, Sponsor; Linda Brown, Dr. Fowler I. Todd, Sponsor. 




This group was organ- 
ized primarily to make 
their religion a more inte- 
gral part of their lives. To 
this end, they met to hear 
speakers and to discuss 
matters concerning their 
religious lives. Frequently 
they participate in the ac- 
tivities of the local Cum- 
b e r I a n d Presbyterian 
Church. During the Christ- 
mas season, this group de- 
lighted MTSU neighbors 
with their caroling. The 
members also sponsored a 
child at the ASB Christ- 
mas Party. Officers in- 
cluded President David 
Larkin, Vice President 
Marsha Plemmons and 
Area hloward, and Secre- 
tary-Treasurer Martha Sul- 
lenger. 

Front Row: Patricia Price, Kathy Waller, June 
Elmore. Row Two: Martha Sullenger, Marsha 
Plemmons, David Larkin, Area hloward. Row 

CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN 



Three: Charles Goover, May Glover, Kathy 
Miller, Paulette Bell, Charlotte Wlnfree. Back 
Row: Sammie Nicely, Randy McDaniel, William 
hlov/ard, Jim Ramsey. 




Front Row: Betsy Johnson, Sue Byrd, Kathy 
Allen. Row Two: Philip Baltz, Linda Sullivan, 
Alice Strobel, Bob Eadler. Row Three: Marjorie 



Weaver, Amy Webster, Gloria Barnette, Ellen 
Mitchell, hteien Thompson. Row Four: Mike 
hHosey, Lee Palmer, Dave Weber, Father J. A. 
Rudlsill. 



The Newman Aposto- 
late provides a place for 
socializing and communi- 
cation among both Cath- 
olic and non-Catholic 
students. The members 
meet for Mass on Wed- 
nesday nights as well as 
gathering for a monthly 
communion breakfast. The 
Apostolate also visits the 
V.A. on a monthly basis 
for activities with the pa- 
tients. They regularly en- 
tertain guest speakers. 
The group is also active in 
the Intramural sports pro- 
gram. Officers: as Presi- 
dent, Robert Eadler; Vice- 
President, Kelley Sharbel; 
Re c o r d i n g Secretary, 
Alice Strobel; Treasurer, 
Philip Baltz; Sgt. at arms, 
Pat Jernigan; and as Cor- 
responding Secretary, 
Linda Sullivan. 

NEVIfMAN 
APOSTOLATE 



V\fESLEY FOUNDATION 





Wesley sang Its way to first place in the T.O. ALL-Sing. 



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Front, From Left: Paul Cheatham, President: Lynda Morse, Cor- 
responding Secretary; Jim Folk, Vice-President; Susan Smith, 
ASB Representative; Ken Maynard, Treasurer; Barbara Adams, 
Publicity. Second Row: Casandria Sims, Susan Steelman, Iris 
Starks, Janice Ducker, Secretary; Becky Williams, Bonnie Troupe, 
Marie McBride. Third Row: Paul Ducker, Anna Trawick, Duane 
Sawyer, Elaine Hite, Thad Brunson, Joy Shriver, Rev. Richard 
Shriver, Director. 



The Wesley Foundation is a united ministry of the 
United Methodist Church, the Christian Church, and 
the Episcopal Church. Its weekly schedule includes Sun- 
day School classes, a Sunday-evening series of pro- 
grams with speakers, films, panels, and visiting celebri- 
ties, and supper on Wednesday evenings which is fol- 
lowed by worship in the Keith Ducker Memorial Chapel. 
On Friday and Saturday evenings Wesley operates its 
basement coffee house (which serves fifteen varieties 
of tea), "Paradox 216." 

Outstanding events of the year have Included four 
weekend retreats, a first-place win in the campus ALL- 
SINS, a Wesley-sponsored all-denominational Christ- 
mas party with President Scarlett as speaker, campus 
caroling, a hialloween hayrlde, spaghetti suppers, and 
the sponsorship of a worship team carrying a specially 
prepared contemporary worship service to various 
churches In Middle Tennessee. Added to these were 
outings, parties, and other informal gatherings. Of 
particular interest was the establishment of a new 
group, "The Experiment," which met twice weekly 
over supper for Christian fellowship and action. 



BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



In its attempts to minister to the stu- 
dents of MTSU, the Baptist Student 
Union sponsors a variety of activities in 
which all students may participate. The 
group this year sponsored noonday 
lunches and devotions and Vespers on 
Wednesday nights, along with special 
study groups and summer missions. The 
members raised $1800 which they do- 
nated both to home and foreign projects. 
They participated in the Colorado Work 
Camp, worked on a Migrant Team to 
Utah and Idaho, held a Fall Convention, 
and participated in retreats in the fall 
and spring. Along with all of these ac- 
tivities, the members remained able to 
participate in various campus activities. 




BSU members socialize at their annual Christmas party 



Front Row: Joy Eudailey, Karen Bailey, Wanda Draughor, 
Brenda Bond, Carolyn Clark, Linda Clonts, Judy Vantrease, 
Madolyn Sapp, Linda Young, Linda Skinner, Betty Sue Crad- 
dock, Vicki Smith, Gloria Swope, Cathy Drye. Row Two: John 
Wesley Quintero, Susie Jackson, Mary Jane Keating, Debbie 
White, Deborah Baker, Carol Ingram, Anne Brown, Janet 



Bohannon, Beverly Bradley, Carolyn Gray, Sandy Pigg, Sheila 
Moss, Donna Lively, Lynn Gamble, Doug Gaither. Row Three: 
Mike Strong, hienry Ramser, Richard Lindsey, Chip Liner, 
Con Kellerhals, Derry Cochran, Dave Koons, Steve Barrett, 
Randy Brown, Charles Gonce, Ronnie Gannon, David Duke, 
Butch Hannah, Buddy Sullivan, Richard Gonce, Charles Goss. 




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Seated: Alice Hudson, Vice-Moderator; Sharon Patten, Trudy Whit- 
ver. Standing: Phil hiarper, Ed Dickinson. 



Seated: Joyce Martin, Carolyn Sade, Ann Crenshaw, Secretary; 
Ann Adams. Standing: Lee Webb, Moderator; Major Glen Emery, 
sponsor. 



V\fESTIVIINSTE 
FELLOV^fSHIP 




Front Row: Mildred Pennington, Barbara Head, Janie Pen- 
nington, Ava Jordan, Susan Justus, Pat Trisler, Nancy Steel- 
man, Carolyn Duke, Wilma Duke, Debbie Shaver, Sharon 
Ellis, Judith Sutton, Phyllis Reynolds, Linda Peterson. Row 
Two: Sandra Todd, Janet Carroll, Ellen Barr, Betty Ann 
tHunter, Carolyn Clark, Marie Mingle, hielon Pratt, Norma 
Sanders, Sandra Terry, Jo Ann Brown, Patty Owen, Mary 



CHURCH OF CHRIST 

Katherine Ferrel, Rita Brown, Anita Cherry, Brenda Watson, 
Connie Davis. Back Row: Leamon Flatt, Jim Lawson, Don 
Beecham, Morgan Pigg, Bill Hunter, Lee Mayo, Lee Garner, 
Bobby Tramwell, Jimmy Morris, Lonnie Mankin, George 
Davenport, Smokie Maples, Mel Covington, Alan Brakebill, 
Wayne McNeal, C. Wymer Wiser. 




Seated: Nancy Gray, Kay Walker, Deamie Neal, Pat Hooten, 
Rodema Douglas, Mary Jarrett. Standing: Ben Hall McFarlin, 
Brenda Mack, Samuel Baker, Darlene Baker, Gipson Baucum. 




LOVE, a project designed by students of this, 
group, has this year worked with underprivileged 
children in several areas of Murfreesboro. This hav- 
ing been their first full year in the Middle Tennessee 
Christian Center, the group has accomplished much 
in promoting fellowship and spiritual growth among 
those college students interested in participating. 
The group inaugurated nightly devotionals In addi- 
tion to those traditionally held on Wednesday 
nights, and was delighted with the response given 
them. Three Bible courses were added to the group's 



Seated: Jean Stephens, Rita McKnight, Margaret Shaub, 
Louise McConnell, Leta Tenpenny, Faye Walchon, Lillie 
Mitchell, Helen Mann. Standing: Patsy Hooper, Betty Rush- 
ing, David Wilson, Jimmy Akers, Ronnie Harmon, Kathie 
Bills, Linda Spencer. 



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curriculum of study and recreation. Along with a 
place to study, a student may find kitchen privileges, 
color television, and a quiet place to think. 

This year the Center operated three houses, two 
of which they rented to University students. Other 
activities of the year Included special-occasion 
parties such as at Christmas and on Valentines Day, 
outings such as hayrides and cook-outs, lectureships, 
a spring banquet, visitations to shut-ins and elderly 
persons, and special study groups in the homes of 
various faculty members. Officers for the year In- 
cluded as president, Glen Belcher; vice-president, 
Alan Brakebill; secretary, Pat TrIsler; treasurer, 
Barbara hHead; and as ASB Representative, Rita 
Wells. 




R. O. T. C. ACTIVITIES 



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CADET BRIGADE 



SPONSORS 
ROTC WORKSHOP 



MTSU's ROTC Brigade has In 1968-69 sirlved 
to do more than prepare Its four levels of cadets 
for federal Inspection. The cadet officers set up 
offices separate from the Instructor group, thus 
becoming fairly independent, and came up with 
and successfully carried through several proiects 
new to the program. Of prime importance was the 
ROTC Workshop, the first of Its kind, held in early 
March. Top schools In the Third Army area were 



invited for a weekend of planning and discussions. 
The venture was highlighted by an address by 
Third Army Deputy Commander Major General 
W. hi. Craig. In May, advanced cadets were given 
an opportunity to put all that they had learned to 
use in a War Games which pitted junior and .'enlor 
cadets against one another in several realistic situ- 
ations. Seniors came out on top. 



ROTC provides specialized training in such 
fields as communications. 



Military Science enrollees soon become familiar with these Army personnel. 




Sponsor Carole Moore, Brigade Sponsor Jo Ann Campbell, 
Brigade Executive Officer Gary Goff, and Bill Chapman, 
head of the Sam Davis Pershing Rifles fancy drill platoon, 
enjoy a break during the Workshop sessions. 



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Captain Hodges urges cadets to 
continue into the advanced pro- 
gram. 



General W. H. Craig, Deputy 
Commander of Third Army, ad- 
dressed cadets from eleven uni- 
versities during Workshop activi- 
ties. 



The Forrest Raiders gave assem- 
bled cadets a demonstration at 
Sev/art AFB of some of the tech- 
niques they had learned. Raider 
Commander Danny Dent dropped 
in by helicopter. 




Sponsors 




Sponsors Pam Beckum and Cindy Potter man the refreshment 
table for meeting-weary cadets during the ROTC Workshop. 



Pershing Rifles Commander "Smokey" hlooven and his wife Ann 
enjoyed dancing to the Third Army Dance Band's music at the 
Military Ball. 






TRACK AND SABRE 
OUTLET FOR 



The Brigade social organization is the Track and 
Sabre Club, headed by Cadet Lt. Col. Tom Helton. 
Its members put on a psychedelic Halloween Dance, 
a picnic, hayride, and the major social function of 
the year, the Military Ball. To raise money, mem- 
bers sold charity-raffle tickets, with a Florida trip 
as prize. The organization was concerned with more 
than social functions, however, and sponsored a 
Blood Drive which gave Rutherford County an 
astounding 799 pints of blood — an outstanding 
accomplishment. 



Track and Sabre Club "float" in the Homecoming parade. 



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Halloween Dance. 



DRILL AND 



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Rifle Team Members, Kneeling: Steve 
Scates, Bill Small, Sam Walker, Ed Foster, 
Carl Jackson, Judy Rodden. Standing: Ma 
[or Eaves, Mike Jean, Mike Russe 
Weatherly, Joe Fizer, Jack Sidebottom 




Bottom, Left: A target's-eye view of the prone position. Right: 
Team display at Club Night. 



With a majority of the team being freshmen, the 
Raider Rifles made a very good impression this year, 
their record being 7-5. The team shot in matches 
against Mississippi State, Murray State, Ole Miss, 
Georgia State, Columbia Military Academy, and Ten- 
nessee Tech. MTSU hosted the first annual Volunteer 
State ROTC Rifle Championships late in the spring 
semester, to which all ROTC schools in Tennessee we^e 
invited. 



The Sam Davis Pershing Rifles organization is affili- 
ated with a national drill fraternity, and because of 
this, attempts to fulfill the extracurricular needs of its 
members, who frequently march in local parades, being 
especially busy during the Christmas season. This year 
the team participated successfully in drill meets at Fort 
Gordon, Georgia, Tennessee Tech, and Vanderbilt. 
Their big trip of the year was to New Orleans where 
they placed second in one of the Mardi Gras parades. 



V\flTH EXTRA-DRILL ACTIVITIES 




Top to BoHom: Endless practice for perfection ... on parade in New Orleans . . The Sam Davis Persh- 
ing Rifles ... a chewing out, to the delight of Mardi Gras audiences . . . and still more practice. 



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Top to Bot+om: Flight cadets John hHager and Tim hlogan 
prepare to take off, with an assist from "cranker" Donegan 
. . . George "Snoopy" Donegan and co-pilot hiank "Red 
Baron" Delvin give the signal that all systems are go for 
another mission . . . Drill, and a holdup over an untied shoe- 
lace — demerits! . . . practice for federal inspection ... In- 
struction in proper weapon-stacking procedures. 



Weekly drill isn't always as bad as it seems. Little 
problems crop up which are amusing; sometimes even 
the officers make mistakes, which prove they are hu- 
man and make the session a little more livable — even 
in 30-degree weather. And then there are the spon- 
sors. One is always nearby, in a very short skirt, to put 
a little bit of life into drill routine. 

Aviation students put a little life into their ROTC 
program by learning to fly, on the Army, at the Mid- 
State Flight School. Mr. Miller Lanier and Capt. Philips 
direct the program which teaches cadets principles 
of navigation, map and compass reading, take-offs and 
landings, and which accumulates for them many hours 
of solo flying. Upon commissioning, these cadets will 
voluntarily apply for Army Aviation Training. 



DRILL, 
FLIGHT PROGRAM 



RAIDERS: ACTION! 




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Top to Bot+om: Raider Commander Danny Dent looks over the situation with Tom 
Helton, Track and Sabre Club Commander, during a field exercise . . . Raiders teach 
prospective candidates the finer points of rapelling . . . the unsettling art of hand-to- 
hand combat . . . Raiders don't always keep their feet dry . . . Raider on rapell . . . 
Maj. A. L. Wells observes as Raiders board a C-130 at Ft. Campbell ... on the firing 
line at Sewart AFB. 



The Forrest Raiders are the Brigade 
counter-insurgency unit. By their activi- 
ties they endeavor to prepare senior 
cadets for active duty, and junior cadets 
for the rigors of summer camp. Raiders 
engage in field training exercises where 
they are taught various skills, from learn- 
ing to read and use a compass, camou- 
flage techniques, demolitions exercises, 
weapon familiarization, bayonet prac- 
tice, to rappelling. Members presented 
a demonstration of techniques to cadets 
attending the ROTC Workshop in early 
March. During spring break, Raiders 
traveled to Dahlonega, Georgia, to at- 
tend the Army Mountain Ranger School. 
With bi-weekly sessions, and frequent 
field exercises, the Forrest Raiders man- 
age to keep really in shape. 












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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



ADAIR, GEORGE MILTON; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu; Dean's List. 
ADAMS. ANNE L; B.A., History and Spanish; Gamma Beta Phi, Secre- 
tary; Tau Omicron; Phi Gamma Mu; Alpha Mu Gamma; Dean's List; 
Spanish Club, President; Westminster Fellowship, Secretary; SNEA; 
Senior Class Senator; ASB Representative; Booster Club: ASB Stu- 
dent Affairs; Treble Chorale. 
ADAMS. DOROTHY JEAN; B.S.. Business Education, 
ADAMS, JERRY RAYLEN; B.S.. Psychology. 

ADAMS, NAOMI JOYCE; B.S., Music Education; Band of Blue; Cho- 
rus; Varsity Choir. 
ADAMS, RAYMOND THOMAS; B.S., Social Science; Dorm President; 

SNEA. 
ADAMS, ROBERT GALLOWAY; B.S.. Chemistry. 

AKIN, WINIFRED ANN; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics 
Club; Kappa Omicron Phi; Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority, Secretary, 
Social Chairman. 
ALEXANDER, JULIA CLAYTON; B.S.. Sociology; Triton Club; Booster 
Club: ASB Freshman Affairs; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List; Alpha 
Gamma Phi Sorority: ISC Representative, Vice-President. 
ALLEN, KATHERINE FRANCES: B.S., Biology and Social Science. 
ALLEN, RUSSELL H., JR.: B.S., Business Administration. 
ALLEY, WILLIAM EDWARD; B.S.. Psychology: Track and Sabre Club. 
AMBURGEY, JANE HOLT; B.S., Physical Education; SNEA; Physical 

Education Club; Booster Club. 
ANDERSON, JOSEPH NEIL, JR.: B.S., History. 

ANDERSON, RICHARD MICHAEL; B.S.. Biology; Phi Mu Delta, 
President; Pre-Medical Society: Beta Beta Beta; Lambda Tau; Dean's 
List. 
ANDREWS, CLARA JANE; B.S.. HPER; AAHPER; Physical Education 

Club. 
ARNOLD, RICHARD A.; B.A.. French and English; Blue Raider Sports 
Car Club. Publicity Director, Vice-President, President; Wesley 
Foundation; French Club. 
ASLINGER, BILLIE CAROL; B.S.. Elementary Education; Women's 

Recreation Association; Physical Education Club; SNEA; BSU. 
AUSTIN, MICHAEL ANDREW: B.S., Business; Cross Country Track: 

Booster Club; T-Club; Pi Sigma Epsilon: Spanish Club. 
AYDELOTT, LEONARD PAUL; B.S., Agriculture; Church of Christ 
Group; Delta Tau Alpha; Who's Who: Social Conservation Society 
of America. 
BACKHERMS, DANNY RAY: B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu: Dean's 

List. 
BAINES, MARY GORDON; B.S., Mathematics: Who's Who. 
BAKER, EDWARD ALLAN; B.S., Finance; Spelunkers Club; Circle K; 
Track and Sabre; Chi Alpha Pi Fraternity, Rush Chairman: Senior 
Senator. 
BAKER, JANICE REED: B.S., Music Education; Delta Omicron; MENC: 
ASB Hostess; Tau Omicron: Drama Club; Concert Choir; Dorm 
Officer: Band of Blue; ASB Social Committee. 
BALES, ROY EDWARD; B.S., HPER: Booster Club; SNEA; Physical 

Education Club; Gymnastics Club. 
BARKER, JOHN RICHARD: B.S.. Political Science: Pi Gamma Mu: 
Sigma Club: Delta Tau Alpha: Track & Sabre Club, Executive Com- 
mittee; Distinguished Military Student. 
BARKER. SUE; B.S., Social Science. 

BARKKUME, RICHARD MICHAEL: B.S., Marketing; Sam Davis Drill 
Team; American Marketing Association; Alpha Kappa Psl. Director 
of Public Relations. 
BARNES, BETTY ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta So- 
rority; SNEA; ASB Student Affairs Committee, Social Committee, 
Hostess Committee. 
BARNES. BEVERLY ANN; B.S.. Sociology; Buchanan Players: Tau 

Sigma; SNEA. 
BARNES, CARL DENNIS: B.S.. Music; Spelunker's Club; Phi Mu 
Alpha; MTSU Orchestra; Band of Blue: Phi Mu Alpha Stage Band: 
Brass Choir; MENC. 
BARNES. JANET DUGGIN; B.S.. Home Economics; Home Economics 

Club. Church of Christ Group. 
BARNETT. GARRETT LEE; B.S.. General Business; PI Sigma Epsilon. 
Secretary; Sidelines; Midlander; Young Rspublicans: Ecodiu.-n o' 
Excellence Award. Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
BARNHILL, ELIZABETH ELAINE; B.S., English; Delta Omicron, Vice- 
President; Tau Omicron: Phi Sigma Beta: Kappa Delta Pi; Who's 
Who; Treble Chorale: Concert Choir; Varsity Choir; American Guild 
of Organists; Westminster Fellowship, President. 
BARRETT, EUGENE BOYD; B.A., Sociology. 
BARRON, WILLIAM COBIA, II; B.S., Mathematics. 
BATSON, JUDY FAYE: B.S.. Sociology; Biology Club. Secretary- 
Treasurer: Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority. Corresponding Secretary; 
Chess Club; Tau Sigma: SNEA. 
BEADLE. RUBY DIANNE: B.S.. Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 
Secretary; Tau Omicron; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta PI; SNEA. 
BEAN. EVA SUE; B.S.. Home Economics: Home Economics Club. 
BEDWELL. TERRY LEWIS; B.S.. Elementary Education; Gamma Beta 

Phi; Dean's List. 
BEECH. GLENN EDWARD; B.S.. Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
BELL. HOWARD FRANKLIN; B.S.. Industrial Management; Who's 

Who. 
BELLENFANT. SHIRLEY JOY; B.S.. Mathematics; Gamma Beta Phi; 
Tau Omicron: Alpha Mu Gamma; French Club; Kappa Delta Pi. 



BENNETT. DOUGLAS, JR.; B.S.. Political Science; Sam Davis Rifles; 

Socratics; Intramurals; Pi Gamma Mu; Sigma Delta Zeta Fraternity. 

Parliamentarian and Vice-President; Junior Senator: ASB Speaker of 

the Senate: House of Representatives. Sgt.-at-Arms. 

BENNETT. MICHAEL HORACE; B.S.. Business Marketing; PI Sigma 

Epsilon. 
BESHEARS. JOE DON; B.S., Agriculture: Delta Tau Alpha; Rodeo 

Club; Brock and Bridle Club. 
BHAMORNSIRI, SUWANNATAD; B.S., Business Administration: Inter- 
national Club: Tau Omicron. 
BHAMORNSIRI, SURASKDl; B.S., Business Administration; Interna- 
tional Club. 
BIGGER, DELIA WELBORN; B.S., Psychology; ROTC Sponsor; Tau 

Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Little Sister, Lambda Psi. 
BIRDSONG, DONALD WAYNE; B. S., Industrial Management. 
BLACKFORD, JUDITH ANN: B.S., Elementary Education; Cheerleader; 

SNEA. 
BLAKE, JEANETTA FAYE; B.S., Elementary Education: Alpha Gamma 
Phi Sorority, Songleader; SNEA; Booster Club; Intramurals; Delta 
Omicron; ASB House of Representatives. 
BLAIR, JANIS J.; B.S., English; Kappa Delta Pi; Sidelines. 
BLAIR, NORMA STONECIPHER; B.S., Music Arts; Treble Chorale. 
BLANCHARD, WILLIAM ARTHUR: B.S., Mathematics: Triton Club, 

President. 
BLAKENSHIP, NELLY McCLURE: B.S.. Business Education; Pi Omega 

PI. 
BLUMEN, DAVID MAURICE; B.S., Economic-Finance; Alpha Kappa 

Psi. 
BOLTON. TOMMY EUGENE: B.S.. Industrial Management; Freshman 

Class Sgt.-at-Arms; Sophomore Class. Vice-President. 
BOGGESS. JAMES VICTOR: B.S.. Accounting. 

BOWMAN. ELLEN HOOVER; B.S.. Sociology; Spelunkers Club; Inter- 
national Club; Tau Sigma; Wesley Foundation. 
BOYD. LARRY CRAIG; B.S., Business Administration; Honor Roll; 

Young Republicans: Christian Student Group. 
BOW, KENNETH DOYLE; B.S.. History. 
BOWLING. PATRICIA FAYE; B.S.. Home Economics; Church of Christ 

Group: Home Economics Club. 
BRACKEN, CHARLES RANDALL: B. S.. Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha. 
BRANTLEY, FRANCES GAYLE: B.S., Elementary Education; Alpha 
Delta Pi Sorority: Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Phi Beta: Booster Club; 
SNEA. 
BRATCHER, DAVID LESLIE; B.S., Social Science. 
BRICE, JOHN RANDALL: B.S., Economics: Lambda Psl Fraternity; 

Circle K. 
BRICE, MARTHA DIXON; B.S.. Sociology; Alpha Gamma Phi Sorority; 
ROTC Sponsor, Queen's Court; Lambda Psl Fraternity. Sweetheart. 
Little Sister: Miss Midlander Court. 
BRIGHAM, WILLIAM I.; B.S., Accounting; MTSU Accounting Society; 

Delta Mu Delta. 
BRIGHTWELL. WILLIAM THOMAS; B.S., Physical Education; Baseball 

Team; T-Club: Intramurals. 
BRITTON, JANICE G.; B.S., Secretarial Administration; Treble Chorale: 

NCAS; Pentecostal Church Group. 
BROOKMAN. SANDRA DIANNE SPENCER; B.S., Secretarial Ad- 
ministration; Spelunkers Club, Historian; Rodeo Club: International 
Club; Wesley Foundation; NCAS. 
BROWN, EDDY ALLEN; B.S., Economics; Kappa Alpha Fraternity; 

Alpha Kappa Psl; Dorm President. 
BROWN, LYNN EDWARD; B.S., Theatre; Buchanan Players; Alpha 

Psi Omega, Vice-President. 
BROWN, PHILIP RAY; B.S., History. 
BROWN, RANDALL M.; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 
BROWN. WANDA FAYE; B.S.. Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 

President; Who's Who; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA. 
BROWNING. ERNIE DAVID; B.S.. Animal Science; Delta Tau Alpha. 

Secretary. 
BRUCE, GWENDOLYN DIANE; B.S.. Biology; ASB Freshman Affairs. 
Student Affairs; Delta PI Gamma. President: Kappa Sigma Sweet- 
heart Court: ISC, President; Most Popular Female. 
BRUMBACH, FREDERICK A.; B.S.. Accounting: Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
BRYAN. SHARON ANNE; B.S.. Social Science: Buchanan Players: Tau 

Sigma; Pre-Law Society. 
BRYSON. CHARLES E.. JR.; B.S.. Mathematics; Drill Team. 
BUELL, LARRY L.; B.S., Social Science. 

BUHLER. CHARLIE FRANKLIN; B.A., Business Management. 
BUMPUS, SADIE ANDREA: B.S., Home Economics; Wesley Founda- 
tion, Treasurer; SNEA; Home Economics Club. 
BURT, LUCY SHARON: B.S., Business Education; NCAS. 
BURTON, LAVADA SUE: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Tau 

Sigma; Kappa Delta Colony, Treasurer. 
BYRD, JAMES ALLEN; B.S., Business Administration: Psi Sigma Epsilon, 

Pledge Committee Chairman. 
CAGLE. BOBBY W.; B.S., HPER. 
CAIRNS, JOSEPH JAMES: B.S., Mathematics. 

CALAHAN, MARGARET ELIZABETH: B.S.. Mathematics: Delta Phi 

Gamma. President: Gamma Beta Phi. Treasurer: Kappa Delta PI. 

Historian; Tau Omicron; Lambda Psl Sweetheart Court; Math Club. 

CALL, JOYCE ANN: B.S.. Biology; Buchanan Players; Alpha Psi 

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CAMPBELL, JO ANN; A.A.. Nursing; Band; ROTC Sponsor, Brigade 
Sponsor: ASB Hostess Committee. Freshman Affairs Committee; Sig- 
ma Nu Colony, Sweetheart Court; Miss Midlander Court; Kappa 
Delta Colony; Tau Sigma: Student Nurses' Association. 

CAMPBELL, LANA MARLENE; B.S., Business Education; Tau Omicron; 
Pi Omega Pi, Historian; Kappa Delta Pi; ASB House of Repre- 
sentatives. President's Cabinet, Secretary of Correspondence: TISL, 
SUSGA; Chi Omega, Personnel Chairman. 

CARLTON. JOE MORRIS; B.S., Accounting; Delta Mu Delta; Vice- 
President; ASB House of Representatives; MTSU Accounting Society; 
Dean's List; Who's Who. 

CARTER, THOMAS DENISON; B.S., History; Lambda Psi; Pi Gamma 
Mu; ASB House of Representatives; Dorm President. 

CARVER, JACKIE F.; B.S., Physical Education; Baseball Team; T-Club. 

CASHION, KERRY LESLIE; B.S., Business Administration. 

CATALANO. LINDA BRADLEY; B.S.. Art. 

CATHEY, DONALD WILSON; B.S., Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha; 
Block and Bridle Club; ASB House of Representatives. 

CATHEY, PEGGY MARIE; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; 
NCAS. 

CHAMPION. ARDIE RICHARD: B.S., Industrial Management. 

CHAPMAN, DENNIS HOWARD: B.S.. Biology and Mathematics. 

CHAPMAN, PATRICIA JEAN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 
Tau Sigma. 

CHAPPELL, EDWARD WEBB, JR.; B.S. Kappa Alpha. 

CHEATHAM, PAUL WAYNE; B.S., Computer Science; Math Club; 
Sigma Club, Wesley Foundation, President. 

CHENARD, ROGER GERARD: B.S., Social Science; Kappa Alpha: 
Booster Club; ASB Students Affairs and Freshman Affairs Com- 
mittees. 

CHERRY, KELLY DUKE; B.S.. Biology; Beta Beta Beta. 

CHERRY, LARRY WAYNE; B.S.. Psychology; Varsity Football; T-Club. 

CHESNUTT, JOHN LEE; B.S., General Business; Drill Team. 

CHUMLEY, TONY WAYNE; B.S.. Marleting; Pi Sigma Epsilon; ASB 
House of Representatives: Church of Christ Group: American 
Marketing Association. 

CLEMMER, MARY CATHERINE; B.S., Home Economics; Wesley 
Foundation, Public Relations Chairman; Tau Omicron: Home Eco- 
nomics Club, Vice-President: Kappa Omicron Phi, Corresponding 
Secretary. Guard: Dean's List; CUBE. 

CLINTON. GEORGE STANLEY, JR.: B.S., Music and Theatre; March- 
ing and Concert Bands: Chorus: Varsity Choir; Sacred Harp Singers; 
Phi Mu Alpha, Stage Band, Writer, Arranger Alpha Psi Omega; 
Buchanan Players; Who's Who. 

COGGINS, ALLEN REESE; B.S., Biology; Spelunbrs Club, President; 
Dean's List. 

COHAN, SUSAN JANE; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma. 

COLEBROOKE, FLORA GAIL; B.A.. Speech; Who's Who; Buchanan 
Players: Pi Kappa Delta. Treasurer; Spanish Club; Tau Omicron; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Debate Team; Junior Senator; Senior Senator; 
Delta Pi Colony. 

COLEMAN, DON F., B.S., Political Science: CUBE, President. 

COLEMAN, NOEL VOYETT. JR.: B.S.. Agriculture. 

COLYAR, ALLAN L; B.S., Industrial Management. 

COMER, BARBARA SUE; B.S., Education; SNEA; BSU; Gamma Beta 
Phi. 

COMPTON, JAMES MICHAEL; B.S.. History; Rifle Team; Track & 
Sabre Club; Kappa Alpha; ASB House of Representatives. 

COOK. HOWARD GLYNNE; B.S.. Political Science; Veteran's Club; 
CUBE; ASB House of Representatives. 

COOK, ROBERT LYNN; B.S.. Biology; Buchanan Players: Track and 
Sabre Club; Chi Alpha Pi, Treasurer; Cheerleader: ASB Cabinet, 
Co-chairman of School Spirit. 

COOK, WILLIAM MILES: B.S., Marketing. 

COOPER, BILL POWELL: B.S., Political Science. 

COOPER. LLOYD THOMAS: B.S.. HPER; Physical Education Club: 
Booster Club; Intramural Sports. 

COPPEDGE, JOY PHIFER; B.S.. Social Science; Pi Gamma Mu. 

CORNES. WILLIAM BUCHNER; B.S., Economics; Sam Davis Rifles: 
ROTC Scholarship; Track and Sabre Club. Board of Directors; Circle 
K, Board of Directors; Chi Alpha Pi. Corresponding Secretary. His- 
torian, Board of Directors; Who's Who. 

CORNETT, DAVID COLLINS; B.S., Marketing; Chi Alpha Pi; Circle K, 
Corresponding Secretary; Track and Sabre Club: Sam Davis Drill 
Team: Booster Club; American Marketing Association. 

COTHERN, WILLIAM MICHAEL: B.S., History; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

COULTER, PAHI WILLEAN; B.S., HPER; Women's Recreational As- 
sociation; Physical Education Club: Church of Christ Group. 

COUNTS, EARL MARTIN: B.A.. Psychology. 

COUNTS. SAMUEL HARRISON: B.S.. Business Administration. 

COWAN. JOHN THOMAS: B.S., Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau; In- 
dustrial Arts Club. 

COX, DONNA CHERYL; B.S., English. 

COX, JAMES H.; B.S., Sociology; Wesley Foundation. 

COX. PATRICK CLAYTON. JR.; B.S.. Political Science: ASB House 

of Representatives: Track and Sabre Club; Spanish Club; Forrest 

Raiders. 

CRAFT. ROCKS THOMAS: B.S.. Music Education; Phi Mu Alpha Sin- 

fonia; Honors Recital; American Guild of Organist, President; 



MENC, Vice-President; Sacred Harp Singers; Varsity Choir; Concert 
Choir, Vice-President. 
CRAIG. WILLIAM SMITH, JR.; B.S.. Biology; Chemistry Club; Biology 
Club; Orchesis Club; "My Fair Lady" cast. 

CROCKETT, JENNIFER; B.S.. Biology; Transfer from Union University. 

CROOK. JAMES LYNN; B.S.. Biology. 

CROUCH. VIVIAN DEE; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Alpha 

Delta Pi. 
CROWDER, JANET LYNN; B.S.. Business Education; Kappa Delta 
Colony, Founding President; Phi Epsilon Sweetheart; Majorette, Band 
of Blue: ROTC Sponsor; SNEA: ASB Communications Committee, 
Hostess Committee, Student Affairs Committee: NCSA. 

CROWELL, ALLEN D.; B.S.. HPER; Veteran's Club. 
CRUTCHFIELD. LARRY WAYNE; B.S., Business: Alpha Kappa Psi. 
CUMMINGS, ROBERTA LEE; B.S., Elementary Education; Women's 
Recreational Association; Physical Education Club; SNEA; Pente- 
costal Church Group. 

CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES EUGENE; B.S.. Political Science; Chi 
Alpha Pi; Pre-Law Society; Young Democrats. 

DAHLGREN, CHARLES HANSON: B.S.. Physical Education; Varsity 
Track Team, Captain. Most Valuable Trackman; Circle K; T-Club. 

DALE, SHERRY MAURINE; B.S., Elementary Education; Booster Club; 
BSU; Student Christian Union; Chorus: Treble Chorale: Band of 
Blue- SNEA. 

DAMICO, NICKOLAS: B.S., Sociology. 

DANIEL, CHARLES ROBERT; B.S., Physical Education; Varsity Football 
Team, Captain; Athlete of Year. 

DANIEL, ELIZABETH ANN; B.S., Secretarial Administration; NCAS; 
Alpha Gamma Phi, Alumni Chairman; Lambda Psi. Little Sister. 

DARDEN, GLENN HOWARD; B.S.. Accounting. 

DAVIDSON, MATTIE E. N.; B.S., Elementary Education. 

DAVIDSON, PHILLIP LEON; B.S.. History; Kappa Sigma, Founder, 
Past Guard Master: ASB Senator; Pi Gamma Mu; SNEA; Forrest 
Raiders: IFC. 

DAVIS, GLENN BURTON; B.S., Music; Phi Mu Alpha, Warden, 
Pledgemaster; Band of Blue: Orchestra: Brass Ensemble: ASB House 
of Representatives. 

DAVIS, JANET ANDREA; B.S., Home Economics. 

DAVIS, MARTHA LORAINE; B.S., Home Economics; Wesley Founda- 
tion: Home Economics Club. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM MALCOLM: B.S., Business Administration. 

DEAN, PAMELA LYNNE: B.S.. Elementary Education. 

DEATON, DAVID KENNETH: B.S.. Business Administration. 

DeLONG, DAVID RAINEY; B.S.. Sociology; Intramurals. 

DELVIN, CLYDE HENRY, III; B.S.. Agriculture. 

DENNEY, ALMA JEAN; B.S.. Elementary Education: Kappa Delta Pi; 
Booster Club; Midlander; Wesley Foundation. 

DENNY. GLORIA DEAN; B.S., Sociology: Alpha Gamma Phi, Rush 
Chairman; Treble Chorale, Intramurals; SNEA. 

DERRYBERRY, JANICE DARLENE; B.A., English; Dean's List; German 
Club: Tau Omicron; Alpha Mu Gamma. 

DICKINSON, JACOB McGAVOCK, IV; B.S., Political Science; Pre- 
Law Society, Vice-President. 

DINKINS. ROBERT RICHARD; B.S., Business Administration. 

DISMUKES, ANNA LOUISE: B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 
Pi; SNEA: Dean's List; Chi Omega, Jeweler and Standards Com- 
mittee. 

DIXON, SUELLEN: B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi: ASB House 
of Representatives; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Newman Club. 

DODDS, WILLIAM NELSON, JR.; B.S., Chemistry; Chemistry Club; 
Track and Sabre Club. 

DODSON, DONALD RAY; B.S., Business Administration. 

DOLLINS, ROBERT B.; B.A., Political Science. 

DONEGAN. GEORGE MICHAEL; B.S.. Industrial Management; 
Booster Club: Industrial Arts Club; Epsilon Pi Tau; Track and Sabre 
Club; Forrest Raiders; ROTC, Commendation Ribbon, Flight Gradu- 
ate, Distinguished Military Student. 

DONNELL. CYNTHIA LOUISE; B.S.. Marketing; Alpha Delta Pi. 

DORRIS. JOY DIANN; B.S., Biology; Gymnastics Club; Modern Dance 
Club: Wesley Foundation; Physical Education Club; SNEA. 

DOUGLAS, JULIA ARLENE; B.S., Elementary Education; Socratics; 
Cumberland Presbyterian Group: Sidelines; Midlander; Treble 
Chorale. President; ASB Representative; ASB Social, Communica- 
tions, and School Spirit Committees; Kappa Delta Colony. ASB 
Representative, Choir Director; SNEA. 

DOUGLAS, RODEMA FAYE; B.S., Biology; Lambda Tau, President; 
Beta Beta Beta, Historian; Alpha Gamma Phi, Treasurer; Biology 
Club; Chemistry Club; Church of Christ Group. 

DOWELL, NANCY ANN; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega PI; 
NCAS; Gamma Beta Phi; Church of Christ Student Group; SNEA; 
Home Economics Club. 

DRAKE, SANDRA BARNES; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 

DRANE, BONNIE ANNETTE; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA. 

DRAYTON, JAMES BRADLEY; B.S., Business Management; Alpha Kap- 
pa Psi, Director of Public Relations. Master of Ritual. Vice- President; 
Track and Sabre Club; Booster Club: Spelunkers Club. 

DUCKER, JANICE ELAINE; B.S., Sociology; Wesley Foundation. Social 
Work Coordinator; ASB Representative: CUBE, Council, Vice- 
President; Tau Omicron; Student Christian Group; Tau Sigma; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Gamma Mu; Philothean Award. 






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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



DUDNEY, JUDITH ANN; B.S., English. 

DUGGIN, JAMES THOMAS; B.S., Industrial Technology. 

DUKE, CAROLYN ANN; B.S., Business Education; NCAS: SNEA; 

Church of Christ Group. 
DUNCAN, MARY MARGARET; B.S., Mathematics; Booster Club; 
Delta Pi Delta, Vice-President, Treasurer; Chi Omega, Treasurer; 
Tau Omlcron; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA; ASB Cabinet, Co-Secretary 
of School Spirit: Socratics; Math Club; ROTC Sponsor; Kappa 
Sigma Sweetheart Court; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 
DUNLAP, LINDA PARTAIN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Kappa 

Delta Pi. 
DURARD, JAMIE KESTNER; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
DYE, WILLIAM BURTON; B.S., Accounting; MTSU Accounting Society. 
EADES, ANNA CLAIRE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
EADLER, ROBERT PAUL; B.S., Geography; Tau Sigma; Newman Club, 
Vice-President, President: Geography Club, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Who's Who. 
EALY, KENNETH DOYLE; B.S., Business Management: Alpha Kappa 

Psi. 
EDENS, BOBBY WAYNE; B.S.. HPER; Varsity Football Team; T-Club. 
EISELSTEIN, THOMAS MICHAEL; B.S., Sociology; Varsity Baseball 

Team; T-Club. 
ELDRIDGE, CLYDE THOMAS; B.S., Mathematics. 
ELLIS, POWELL TIM; B.S., Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psl, President. 
EMERSON, DAVID NEILL; B.S., Chemistry. 
ENGLISH, WILLIAM JOSEPH: B.S., Social Science. 
ENSLEY, MARILYN JANE; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omlcron, 
President: Gamma Beta Phi, Publicity Chairman: Kappa Delta PI; 
Kappa Delta, Scholarship Chairman; Who's Who; SNEA; ASB Social 
Committee, Hostess Committee. Freshman Affairs; Lambda Psi Little 
Sister, Vice-President. 
ERWIN, SUSAN GILBREATH; B.S., Home Economics; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 
EVANS, FRANK DOYLE; B.S., Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha, President 

and Treasurer: Block and Bridle Club. 
EZELL, BARBARA JEAN; B.S., Sociology; Church of Christ Group. 
EZELL, NANCY CAROL; B.A., History; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Gamma 

Mu: SNEA: Tau Sigma; French Club. 
FELKER, SANDRA JOY; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics 
Club, Secretary, Vice-Chalrman; Kappa Omlcron Phi, Guard; Tau 
Omlcron; Kappa Delta Pi; Dorm Officer; Dean's List. 
FERRELL, MARY KATHERINE; B.S„ Elementary Education; SNEA 

Church of Christ Student Group. 
FERRELL, RONALD CLIFFORD; B.S., Pre-Law (Political Science) 

Kappa Alpha; Varsity Track Team. 
FISHER, ALTON SELTON, JR.; B.S., Accounting; Veteran's Club 

MTSU Accounting Society, Vice-President. 
FISHER, JANET MORGAN; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 

Pi; SNEA; French Club. Treasurer. 
FITE, BETTY CAROL; B.S., HPER; Who's Who; Tau Omlcron; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Physical Education Club, Treasurer; Women's Athletic 
Association, Secretary: Booster Club. 
FITZGERALD, JAMES ALBERT; B.S., Marketing: Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
FLOOD, PATRICIA L.; B.S., Psychology; Tau Omlcron; TEA. 
FLOWERS, BOBBY EUGENE; B.S., Industrial Technology. 
FLOYD, ALAN LYNN; B.A.. English; Chi Alpha PI; Circle K. 
FLY. ANITA SUE; B.S.. Social Science; ASB Hostess Committee. So- 
cial Committee: SNEA, ASB House of Representatives; Biology Club; 
Dean's List. 
FLYNN. MARY GRACE SETTLE; A.A., Nursing; Student Nurses' 

Association. 
FLYNN, TONI KAY; B.A., German-English; Die Deutschen Kameraden, 
Secretary-Treasurer; La Societe Francalse, President; Alpha Mu 
Gamma, Treasurer, Vice-President; Tau Omlcron; Sidelines. 
FORTE, CAROLYN ANN; B.S., Home Economics; Newman Club, 

Secretary; Sidelines. 
FORTUNE, PEGGY ORR; B.S., Elementary Education; Gamma Beta 

Phi; Spanish Club; SNEA. 
FOSTER, RALPH ROZAR; B.S., Chemistry. 

FOX, CHARLIE, III: B.S., Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha, Reporter. 
FRANCIS, BILLY BURTON; B.S., Animal Science. 

FRAZIER, ROBERT ALTON; B.S., Political Science: Lambda Psi, Board 
of Governors: ASB Senate, Big Name Entertainment Committee, 
Election Commission: CCUN; Mldlander. 
FREE, JAMES CARLTON; B.S., Political Science; Freshman Class, 
Vice-President: Sophomore Class, President; Junior Class, President; 
IFC, Secretary, Executive Vice-President, President; Circle K, Lt. 
Governor, Board of Directors; Who's Who; President Pro'Tem of 
Senate TISL; ASB President: Bachelor of Ugliness. 
FREEMAN. TERRENCE LEE; B.S., Sociology; Timothean Award; Tau 

Sigma: PI Gamma Mu; CUBE. 
FREEMON, VIVIAN PAMELIA; B.S., Office Administration; NCAS. 
FRANKLIN, JAMES ISAAC; B.S.. HPER: Varsity Football; T-Club, 

President. 
FRANKLIN, REBECCA JANE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa 
Delta Colony: Tau Omlcron, Publicity Chairman: Kappa Delta PI; 
BSU; SNEA; ASB House of Representatives: Dean's List. 
FRIZZELL, ADELINE; B.S., Elementary Education. 

FROST, DONNA LOUISE; B.S., Home Economics; Tau Omlcron; 
Kappa Omlcron Phi, Vice-President; Home Economics Club. 



FRYAR. ROBERT WELDON; B.S., Social Science; SNEA. 

FRYE, WANDA BYARS: B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Church 

of Christ Group. 
GANN, CURTIS HOWARD: B.S.. Political Science. 
GANNON. WILLIAM LAWRENCE, JR.; B.S.. Business Administration; 

Drill Team; Track and Sabre Club; Booster Club; Chi Alpha PI. 
GARNER. IRMA GAYNELLE; B.S., Elementary Education; Transfer 

from Belmont College; Gamma Beta Phi; SNEA: Treble Chorale. 
GARNER. JAMES WILLIAM. JR.: B.S.. Biology-History; Freshman 
Senator: BSU; Sophomore Senator; Sigma Club, Vice-President: 
Kappa Sigma; Senior Senator: Speaker Pro Tern of ASB Senate: 
TISL: PI Gamma Mu: Track and Sabre Club; International Relations 
Club. 
GARRETT, DONALD TIMOTHY: B.S.. Accounting: Newman Club. 
GARVIN, MAVA S.; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 
GELDBAUGH, JOSEPH THOMAS; B.S., Business Management; Pi 

Sigma Epsilon. 
GENTRY, BARBARA; B.S., Mathematics; Chi Omega, President; Miss 

Vet's Club: Tau Omlcron; Triton Club. 
GENTRY, LINDA CAROL; B.S.. English; Who's Who; Church of Christ 

Group; Treble Chorale; NOTE. 
GENTRY, PEGGY SWEENEY: B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 
GIBSON. ANGELINE; B.S., Physical Education. 

GILLEY, JAMES ANDREW; B.S., Marketing; Dean's List; Delta Mu 
Delta, President; American Marketing Association, Program Chair- 
man. 
GILLIAM, REBA JANE; B.A., English: Tau Omlcron; SNEA; Buchanan 

Players. 
GILMORE, JAMES BRITIAN; B.S., English; Sigma Nu; Sports Car 

Club: Spelunkers; Chief Engineer MTSU Radio Station; Sidelines. 
GIVAN, KENNETH WADE: B.S., Accounting. 
GLOVER, DAVID PARNELL; B.S., Chemistry. 

GOFF, DONALD GARY; B.S., Political Science; Young Democrats; 
Lambda Psi, Secretary; Lutheran Student Group; Intramurals; ROTC 
Battalion Commander: Sam Davis Drill Team; Pershing Rifles Com- 
mander; Forrest Raiders; Superior ROTC Cadet Award; ROTC 
Scholarship; Track and Sabre Club, Secretary. 
GORDON. STEPHEN PARKER; B.S.. Mathematics. 
GOURLEY. JOE ANDERSON, JR.; B.S., Chemistry; Church of Christ 

Group. 
GRAHAM, WILLIAM ROBERT, JR.; B.S., Business Education; Pi 

Omega Pi. 
GRANT, LARRY WAYNE; B.S., Physical Education; Freshman Class 

President: SUSGA; Intramurals. 
GRAY, CAROLYN JEAN; B.S.. Biology; SNEA; Biology Club: BSU; 

Gamma Beta Phi. 
GREEN, ANN RUSSELL: B.S., English. 
GREENE, NANCY LYNNE; B.A., English. 
GREGORY, BETTYE ROSE; B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 

Club; Booster Club; BSU: Kappa Delta. 
GREGORY, REGENA DIANNE; B.S., Political Science; Spelunkers 

Club: Booster Club; Orchesis Club: Pi Gamma Mu. 
GRENZ, NORITA JANE; B.A., Chemistry-Mathematics; German Club: 

Chemistry Club; Math Club; ASB House of Representatives. 
GRIMES, RONALD ALFRED; B.S.. Mathematics; Chi Alpha PI. 
GRISSOM, JOE LYNN; B.S., Industrial Management. 
GROCE, REUBEN WAYNE; B.S., Business Management. 
GUESS, MARY NANN; B.S., Biology. 

GULLEY, LEO MARTIN, JR.; B.S., Biology: Beta Beta Beta: Veteran's 
Club, President: CUBE; Newman Club; Dean's List and Honor Roll. 
GUNTER, RONALD WAYNE; B.S., Sociology. 
HACKWORTH, CHARLES JAMES; B.S., History; Weightlifting Club; 

Triton Club. 
HADDOCK, JAMES MICHAEL; B.S., HPER: Lambda Psl; Varsity 

Track Team. 
HAGER, JOHN LAWTON; B.A., History: Chi Alpha Pi; Sam Davis 

Drill Team; Track and Sabre Club; ROTC Flight Student. 
HALE, NANCY ELLEN; B.S., Business Education. 

HALFARCE, NOAH EVERETTE: B.S., Political Science: Young Re- 
publicans; Track and Sabre Club. 
HALL, JAMES AUSTIN. JR.; B.S., Sociology. 

HALL, LINDA SUE; B.A., Mathematics; Dorm President; El Clrculo 
Hlspano, President; Alpha Mu Gamma; Baptist Student Union, 
Vice-President, President. 
HAMILTON, PAUL LEWIS: B.S., Business Management. 
HAMPTON, HARRY GLENN; B.S.. Political Science, 
HANBERRY, LARRY NEIL; B.S., Business Management. 
HANCOCK, WILLIAM EDGAR; B.S., Geography. 
HANNAH, CAROL CAMERON; B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta, ASB 
Representative; Tau Omlcron; Kappa Delta Pi; SNEA; Wesley 
Foundation. 
HANNAH, JANE NORRIS: B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Kappa 
Delta Pi, President: Tau Omlcron; Treble Chorale; BSU, Vice- 
President; Dorm Officer: Homecoming Attendant. 
HANNAH. JERRY THOMAS; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma; BSU; 

President; CUBE; Joe Ramsey Leatherman Award, Sociology. 
HANS, LOUIS KARL, JR.: B.S.. Industrial Management; Chi Alpha 
Pi; Track and Sabre Club; Sam Davis Drill Team. Sgt.-at-Arms: 
Booster Club; Gymnastics Club. 




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HARDISON: STANLEY IRA; B.S., Animal Science: Freshman Class 
President: Sophomore Class Vice-President; ASB House of Repre- 
sentatives. Secretary of Student Affairs. Secretary of Freshman 
Affairs; Booster Club: Sam Davis Rifle Team; Circle K; Kappa 
Alpha. Vice-President; ROTC Leadership Award; Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student; Most Popular Male. 

HARDY. RANDALL KEITH; B.S., Business Management. 

HARLEY, VIRGINIA ANNE; B.A.. History: Gamma Beta Phi; Alpha 
Mu Gamma; SNEA; Sophomore Senator; Women's Dorm Council; 
Treble Chorale; Wesley Foundation; Dean's List. 

HARPER. CHARLES YOUNG; B.S.. History. 

HARRELL, JOHN MICHAEL: B.S., Animal Science: NSS; Soil Con- 
servation Society of America. 

HARRIMAN, PATRICIA FAY: B.S., Business Education; Modern Dance 
Club. President; Pi Omega Pi; Gamma Beta Phi; Choir; Band of 
Blue; Dean's List; Varsity Choir. 

HARRIS, ALFRED M.; B. S., International Relations. 

HARRIS, GLENN ANDREW; B.A., Political Science: Pi Gamma Mu: 
Distinguished Military Student: Dean's List. 

HARRIS, JOE DONALD: B.S., Finance and Economics; Finance Club; 
Alpha Kappa Psi. 

HARRISON, DAVID LATIMER; B.S.. Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon; 
American Marketing Association; Block and Bridle Club. 

HARTMAN, PAUL WAYNE; B.S.. Industrial Management: ROTC Drill 
Team: Intramurals: Dorm Counselor. 

HARVILLE. GARY DON; B.S., Social Science: SNEA; Tau Sigma: Pi 
Gamma Mu; Dean's List. 

HASTINGS, DENNY N.: B.S., Marketing; Circle K: American Market- 
ing Association: ASB House of Representatives: Chi Alpha Pi; 
Dean's List: Young Democrats. 

HATHCOCK. DIANE CURL; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Dorm 
Council. 

HATHCOCK, MILTON SHERMAN: B.S., Biology. 

HAYS. RONNIE DALE; B.S., Business Administration; Church of 
Christ Group: Intramurals. 

HEITHCOCK, DEBBIE JANE; B.S., Elementary Education: Alpha 
Delta Pi. 

HELTON, ROY THOMAS; B.S.. Biology: Track and Sabre Club, Presi- 
dent: Forrest Raiders, Deputy Commander: ROTC Battalion Com- 
mander, Army Scholarship: Association of U.S. Army Medal; Junior 
Leadership Award: Commendation Ribbon. 

HENDLEY. LINDA GAIL: B.S., Physical Education. 

HENDRIKSON, RICHARD LEE; B.S.. Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Circle K, Board Member; Lambda Psi, Board of Governors; Booster 
Club. 

HERBERT, DAVID J.; B.S., Physical Education; Lambda Psi, Secretary; 
Tau Sigma; SNEA: AAHPER; Varsity Football; Freshman Basketball; 
T-Club. 

HERBERT, NELDA FAYE; B.S., Sociology; Kappa Delta; Tau Sigma: 
SNEA; Lambda Psi Little Sister, 

HERMSDORFER, JEFFREY MICHAEL; B.S.. Business Administration; 
Kappa Sigma, Secretary. Vice-President. Grand Treasurer; Circle K, 
Board of Directors. 

HERRON, PAUL C; B.S., History; Kappa Sigma. 

HERZER, WILLIAM ARNO; B.S.. Biology: Forrest Raiders; Distin- 
guished Military Student; Track and Sabre Club. 

HEWGLEY, LETTY SUZANNE; B.S., Elementary Education; Transfer 
from U.T.: Tau Omicron; Band of Blue: Dorm President; Kappa 
Delta: ASB Hostess Commit+ee. 

HICKMAN, FRANK; B.S., History: Dean's List; Distinguished Military 
Student. 

HINKLE, GEORGE JACOB. JR.: B.S.. Mathematics; Sigma Club; 
Math Club. President. 

HINTON. VICTORIA BENSON; B.S., English; Transfer from U.T.: 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

HITE, JERNITA: B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 

HITE. PATRICIA DIANE; B.S., Elementary Education. 

HOBACK, MYRNA JEAN; B.S., History. 

HOBSON, MARJORIE DENNIS; B.S.. Psychology. 

HOCKETT, MARGARET; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; CUBE, 
Secretary; Tau Sigma; Sidelines; Buchanan Players. 

HOGAN. TIMOTHY JAMES; B.S., Biology; Chi Alpha Pi; Track and 
Sabre Club; Sam Davis Rifle Drill Team: ROTC Flight Program; 
Newman Club; Biology Club. 

HOLLIS, ALLAN RAY. JR.; B.A.. Geography: El Circulo Hispano; 
Young Republicans; BSU; Student Christian Union; Socratics; Track 
and Sabre Club, Secretary; Sam Davis Drill Team; Forrest Raiders: 
Commendation Ribbon; PMS Award; Distinguished Military Student; 
Gamma Epsilon. 
HOLLOWAY. CLAY MORROW: B.S.. Business; Varsity Golf Team; 

T-Club, ASB Representative; Speaker Pro Tem of ASB. 
HOLT. LAURA LEE; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics Club. 
HONEY. LUCY KATE; B.S., Political Science; Who's Who: Pi Gamma 
Mu, Secretary; International Relations, Secretary; Tau Omicron: Hon- 
or Roll; Die Deutschen Kameraden; Chi Omega Colony, Sgt.-at-Arms. 
HOOD, SANDRA ANN; B.S., Sociology; SNEA; Tau Sigma. 
HOOKER. JAMES LARRY; B.S.. Plant and Soil Science; Delta Tau 

Alpha. 
HOPE, EDGAR LEE; B.S., History. 



HORNE. JOHN RAMSEY, JR.; B.S.. Physical Education; Kappa Delta 

Pi; Veteran's Club. 
HORNE, WILLIAM RUSSELL; B.S.. Marketing. 
HOWELL, REBECCA AGNESS; B.S., Secretarial Administration; 

NCAS; Home Economics Club. 
HOWSE, JERRY LEE; B.S., HPER; Sam Davis Drill Team; French Club: 
ASB House of Representatives: Concert Choir; Varsity Choir; Phi 
Mu Alpha: Buchanan Players; BSU. 
HUDDLESTON, DOROTHY ANNE SHUTT; B.S., Elementary Educa- 
tion; SNEA. 
HUDSON, ALICE CAROLINE: B.A., Geography: Pi Gamma Mu; 
Gamma Beta Phi; Gamma Epsilon, President; CUBE; Westminster 
Fellowship. Vice Moderator. 
HUDSON, TONEY BRITTON; B.S.. Chemistry and Biology: Kappa 
Alpha, Recording Secretary; Phi Mu Delta; Chemistry Club: Booster 
Club. 
HUTTON, DANNY WAYNE: B.S., Physical Education: Church of 

Christ Group. 
JACKSON, BONNIE PHELPS; B.S., English. 

JACKSON, GLENNA GAIL WELLS; B.S., English; Wesley Foundation. 
JACOBS. JAMES M.; B.S., Political Science: Lambda Psi, Vice-Presi- 
dent: Circle K; Pre-Law Society. 
JACOBS. JINNETTE GREER; B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics 
Club: Kappa Omicron Phi; Junior Class Favorite: Lambda Psi Little 
Sister. 
JAMES, MONTE FRANK; B.S.. Business Administration. 
JENNINGS, HARRIET ELIZABETH: B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa 

Delta Pi; SNEA: Dean's List. 
JENNINGS, JAMES THOMAS; B.S.. Industrial Management. 
JETT. WANDA FAY; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 
JEWELL. CHARLES THOMAS: B.S., Industrial Arts; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

Secretary: Industrial Arts Club. 
JOHNS, BRENDA JEAN; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma. 
JOHNS. GLENDA JANE; B.S., Math. 

JOHNS, JAMES PHILIP; B.S., Art; COLLAGE. Art Editor: Art Club, 
Vice-President; Kappa Pi, President; Socratics, President; Who's Who; 
Rogers Ray Art Scholarship. 
JOHNSON. ANITA KAY; B.S., Science; Senior Class Favorite: ROTC 
Sponsor; Tau Omicron; Dean's List; Kappa Delta, Vice-President; 
ISC, Vice-President; Lambda Tau; Booster Club: SNEA; MID- 
LANDER. Greek Editor; Student Handbook Committee; President's 
Cabinet; SUSGA Delegate; ASB Secretary of Communications, 
House of Representatives, Social Committee: Most Outstanding 
Female. 
JOHNSON, CHARLES ROBERT; B.S., Chemistry. 

JOHNSON, DOUGLAS WILLIAM; B.S., Industrial Management: Epsi- 
lon Pi Tau. 
JOHNSON, JOHNNY RAY; B.S.. Accounting; MTSU Accounting So- 
ciety, President. 
JOHNSON, KENNARD KNOX; B.S., Political Science. 
JOHNSON, MICHAEL DEWAYNE; B.S., Industrial Management; Pi 

Sigma Epsilon. 
JOHNSON, MILLARD O'NEAL; B.S., Agriculture; Delta Tau Alpha. 
JOHNSON, NANCY CAROL; B.S., Business Education; Booster Club; 

SNEA: NCAS. 
JONES, CAROL LOUISE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; 

SNEA: ASB Hostess Committee, Social Committee. 
JONES. CAROLYN STUART; B.S.. Sociology. 
JONES. CHESTER MAIDEL, JR.; B.S.. Biology; Beta Beta Beta. 
JONES. DENNIS HAROLD: B.S.. History; Band of Blue; Choir; Radio 

Station Manager. 
JONES, JENNIFER LYNN; B.A., Elementary Education; Freshman Class 
Beauty; Homecoming Attendant; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart; Alpha 
Delta Pi, President; ASB Hostess Chairman, Freshman Affairs Com- 
mittee: SNEA; Most Versatile Female. 
JONES, ROSANNE; B.S.. Home Economics; Miss Home Economics; 
Who's Who; SNEA; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Omicron 
Phi. President, Secretary; Home Economics Club, President, Parlia- 
mentarian. 
JONES, STEPHEN: B.S., Mathematics. 
JONES, WALTER MITCHELL, JR.; B.S.. Mathematics. 
KALTHOFF. TIM WHITE: Varsity Football: Varsity Track; T-Club: Chi 

Alpha Pi. 
KEMP. DIANA CLAIRE; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma; Pi Gamma Mu. 
KEMPF, KATHLEEN ANN: B.S., Home Economics; Home Economics 

Club; Gamma Beta Phi. 
KELLEY, CHARLES P.; B.S., Accounting. 

KELLEY, EMILY: B.S., Business Education; MIDLANDER, Business Man- 
ager. Secretary: Alpha Phi Gamma. Charter Member. Vice-President, 
Secretary; COLLAGE. Layout Editor; Booster Club; Wesley Founda- 
tion; SNEA. 
KELLEY, JAMES MADISON; B.S., Elementary Education. 
KELTON, JAMES FREDERICK; B.S., Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi; 

American Marketing Association, Treasurer. 
KELTON, WILLIAM KNOX; B.S., Industrial Management. 
KEMASINGKl, POLAPHAT; B.S., Marketing; International Club: Phi 

Sigma Epsilon; Soccer Team. 
KENNEDY. SARAH ELIZABETH; B.S., Mathematics: Who's Who; Tau 
Omicron, Vice-President: Kappa Delta Pi; Math Club: ASB Hostess, 
Social Committee: Dorm President: SNEA; Wesley Foundation. 



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KENT, MARSHALL C; B.S., Agriculture. 

KERSEY. JOHN CLAYBORNE; B.S., Political Science; Pi Gamma Mu. 

KIMBROUGH, BETTY JEAN: B.S.. Mathematics; SNEA; Booster Club; 
Wesley Foundation; NCTM; Tau Sigma. 

KING, HUBERT AMZIA, III; B.S., Business Management; Alpha Kappa 
Psi. 

KING. JERRY WAYNE; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 

KIRBY, JAMES W.; B.S., Political Science; Kappa Alpha; Booster Club. 

KIRBY, PATRICIA FECEL; B.S., Agriculture; Block and Bridle Club. 

KLEIN, JUDY ELAINE; B.S., Marketing; American Marketing Associa- 
tion, Secretary. 

KOONCE, MARVIN CLAY; B.S., Biology; Varsity Basketball Manager. 

KNESTRICK, DAVID EDWIN; B.S., General Business; Dean's List; Pi 
Sigma Epsilon; Kappa Alpha. 

KNOWLES, PAUL HOWARD: B.S., Economics-Finance. 

KUNAPORNTRUM, PENN; B.S., Marketing; Soccer Team; Alpha Kap- 
pa Psi: International Club. 

KYLE. JAMES BROWN; B.S., Social Science; Blue Raider Sports Car 
Club; Track and Sabre Club; Mid-State Flight School. 

LADD, MARTHA ELAINE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Wesley 
Foundation; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List. 

LAIL, HARRY STEPHEN; B.S., Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

LAMB. CLARENCE EDWIN; B.S., Physical Education; Track and Sabre 
Club; Forrest Raiders; Intramurals. 

LAMB. ROBERT FLOYD, JR.; B.S., Biology: Kappa Alpha; Track and 
Sabre Club. 

LAMBERT. THELMA F.; B.S.. English. 

LANE, DAVID P.; B.S., Art; Art Club. President; Kappa Pi, Founder 
and President; Who's Who. 

LAPPIN, SANDRA GAYLE; B.A., History; ASB Election Commission, 
Secretary of International And Transfer Students, Press Secretary: 
CUBE: International Club: Photography Club. 

LARKIN, LINDA LEE MADEWELL: B.S.. Accounting. 

LATANE, SUE WILSON; B.A., German-History; Die Deutschen Kam- 
eraden. Secretary, Treasurer; Alpha Mu Gamma; Tau Omicron; Pi 
Gamma Mu; ASB House of Representatives. 

LAWSON, SHIRLEY LOUISE; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA. 

LEACH, ROGER PAUL; B.S., Industrial Management. 

LEACH, SHERRIE JEAN KIRKPATRICK; B.S.. Physical Education: 
SNEA: Physical Education Club; Women's Athletic Association. 

LEE. ROBBIE SUZETTE; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma; ROTC Sponsor; 
Chi Alpha Pi Sweetheart; Dorm Officer; Delta Phi Gamma; Home 
Economics Club; ASB Social Committee. 

LEFTWICH, MARY RUTH; B.S., Sociology; Kappa Delta, Founding 
Secretary; Kappa Alpha Sweetheart Court; Booster Club, Secretary; 
ROTC Sponsor; ASB Student Affairs Committee. 

LEIGHTON. JOAN RACHEL; B.S.. Elementary Education: SNEA; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Church of Christ Group. 

LEWIS, CAROL S.; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa 
Delta; SNEA; Spanish Club. 

LEWIS, CHARLES BRYAN; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 

LEWIS. DEAN LOWELL; B.S., HPER. 

LIND, JAMES STEVEN; B.A., History-International Relations; Sigma 
Club; Dorm President: Alpha Mu Gamma: Pi Gamma Mu. Vice- 
President; Die Deutschen Kamaraden; Intramurals; College Bowl. 

LINDLEY, THOMPSON; B.S.. Psychology; Psychology Club. 

LINDSEY. LINDA RUTH; A.A.. Nursing. 

LINDSEY, RICHARD GLENN; B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon Pi 
Tau, Vice-President: Industrial Arts Club; Sigma Nu. 

LINVILLE, PEGGY ANNE; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Education 
Club; Kappa Delta; Women's Athletic Association. 

LOCKE, GLENDA MARTIN; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omicron: 
Kappa Delta Pi; Church of Christ Group: Band of Blue. 

LOCKE, WILLIAM EDWARD; B.S., Industrial Arts; SNEA. 

LOCKHART, FRANCIS ELAINE: B.S.. Science: Orchesis Club. 

LOFTIS, PATSY LEIGH; B.A.. English; Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Beta 
Phi, Secretary; Tau Omicron; Alpha Mu Gamma; Spanish Club. Sec- 
retary-Treasurer; French Club; Church of Christ Student Group. 
Secretary-Treasurer. 

LOGAN. HERBERT L., JR.; B.S., Social Science. 

LONG. MARY KATHRYN; B.S., Business Administration. 

LONGMIRE. JULIA ANNE; B.S.. History; Alpha Delta Pi; Treble Cho- 
rale, Concert Choir; SNEA. 

LONGMIRE. SUSAN DIANE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; 
Spanish Club; SNEA. 

LONGSHORE, MARY ELIZABETH: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA: 
Gamma Beta Phi; Treble Chorale. 

LOONEY, HERBERT LYNN: B.S.. Psychology; Veteran's Club. Vice- 
President: Tau Sigma; Pi Gamma Mu. 

LOWE, GARY LYNN; B.S., Agriculture; Circle K; Supreme Court. 

LOYD, BRENDA LEE; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 

LUNA, SHIRLEY GEORGE; B.S., Elementary Education. 

LUSK, GLADYS JANICE; B.S., Psychology; Church of Christ Group; 
Gamma Beta Phi; Pi Omega Pi; SNEA; Booster Club; Dean's List; 
ASB House of Representatives, Parliamentarian. 

MACK, BRENDA LEE; B.A., History; Chi Omega Colony; Kappa Delta 
Pi: Tau Omicron: Pi Gamma Mu; French Club; Church of Christ 
Group; Young Democrats; ASB Social Committee. 



MADER, WADENE LIVINGSTON; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega 
Pi; Booster Club; Church of Christ Group. 

MAGEE. STUART HARVERY, JR.; B.S., English. 

MAHON, ELRO STANLEY, JR.; B.S.. Accounting. 

MAJOR, LINDA HERBOLSHEIMER; B.S., Sociology: Kappa Delta Col- 
ony; Junior Class Favorite. 

MAJOR, JOHN G.; B.S.. Physical Education; Tau Sigma: Kappa Al- 
pha Order: Varsity Football: T-Club. 

MALLORY, WARD JAY; B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon Pi Tau. 

MALONE. JAMES MARION. JR.; B.S., Agriculture; Block & Bridle 
Club. President; Delta Tau Alpha. 

MANFREDINI, EUGENE FREDERICK; B.S.. History. 

MANSFIELD, JERRY LEONARD; B.S.. Agriculture; Block & Bridle Club. 
Vice-President; Livestock Judging Team. 

MANSON, BONNIE BELL; B.A., English and Spanish: Alpha Mu Gam- 
ma; Spanish Club: Lambda Tau. 

MANSON. JAMES EDWARD: B.S., Biology; German Club: Buchanan 
Players. 

MANSOUR, HOSSEIN; B.S., Agriculture; Block & Bridle Club; Inter- 
national Club, President: Gymnastic Club. 

MARTIN, BILL WILSON, III; B.S., Physical Education. 

MARTIN, ELIZABETH ELLEN; B.S., Sociology: Booster Club; Newman 
Club, Secretary: Dorm President: Lambda Psi Sweetheart Court; 
Dorm Council. President; ASB Secretary, Cabinet. Hostess Commit- 
tee: Senior Class Secretary, Tau Sigma; Kappa Delta Colony, Activi- 
ties Chairman. 

MARTIN, MARY LOUISE: B.S.. Speech and Theatre: Buchanan Players; 
Cumberland Presbyterian Group. 

MARTIN, PAUL MICHAEL: B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 

MARTIN. ROBERT EUGENE; B.A., History and Political Science; Vet- 
eran's Club: La Societe Frarcaise; Church of Christ Group; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu, President; Sigma Club. 

MARTINDALE. MARIANNE W.; B.S., History; Pi Gamma Mu. 

MARTINS, MANUEL: B.S., Political Science: CUBE; Dean's List. 

MATHEWS, JAMES RUSSELL; B.S.. Physical Education; Varsity Foot- 
ball Team: T-Club. 

MATHEWS, MARY LOU OLSEN; B.A., English; Booster Club; Spanish 
Club: ASB Hostess Committee. 

MATHIS. BARBARA JOYCE SUGG; B.S., HPER. 

MATHIS, DAVID RONALD; B.S., Economics; Sidelines, Editor, Busi- 
ness Manager, Managing Editor: COLLAGE Editor; BSU, Reporter; 
Young Democrats, Secretary; ASB House of Representatives: Alpha 
Phi Gamma, President; Socratics, Finance Chairman; SCU; American 
Marketing Association; Economics Club. 

MASKEWITZ, DAVID CHARLES; B.S.. Industrial Management; Chi Al- 
pha Pi; IFC. President. Vice-President. 

MASON, HELEN JOSEPHINE: B.S.. Elementary Education: Wesley 
Foundation; French Club: SNEA. Historian, ASB House of Represen- 
tatives; Alpha Gamma Phi, Jeweler. 

MATTHEWS, DORA SUE; B.S., Psychology; Booster Club; Alpha Gam- 
ma Phi. Pledge Mistress; BSU; SCU, Program Chairman. 

MAYNARD, KENNETH EARL; B.S., Political Science; Wesley Founda- 
tion; ASB Treasurer. 

MAYNOR, JAMES DAVID; B.S., Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon, Treas- 
urer. 

McCLANAHAN, PATRICIA NICHOLSON: B.S., Accounting: Treble 
Chorale: MTSU Accounting Society, Secretary. Treasurer; Who's 
Who. 

McDADE, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Sociology. 

McDARIS, ANNA LOUISE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; 
Dorm President; Treble Chorale; ASB Committees. 

McDonald, nancy WILLIAMS; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

McDonald, HARVEY WILLIS; B.S., Political Science; Who's Who: 
Pi Gamma Mu; Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Circle K, Secretary: 
Honor Roll; Dean's List; Government Intern; Distinguished Military 
Student: Pre-Law Society; Track and Sabre Club; Sam Davis Rifles; 
ASB Secretary of Freshman Affairs: IFC; Supreme Court Justice: 
Most Outstanding Male. 

McFERRIN. MARY ALICE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

McGARR, JERE ARTHUR; B.S., Business Administration. 

McGEE. JANE: B.S,, Elementary Education; SNEA, Secretary; Tau Sig- 
ma; Who's Who; Kappa Delta Pi. 

McGEE, THOMAS HOWARD; B.S., Industrial Management. 

McLERRAN, ANNA RUTH: B.S.. Social Science; Pi Gamma Mu: Gam- 
ma Beta Phi. 

McLERRAN, PATRICIA GAYLE; B.S., History; Phi Gamma Mu. 

McMAHON, FRANCES CARTER; B.S., Sociology; Alpha Mu Gamma. 

McMillan, ROGER LEE; B.S., Mathematics: Math Club; Spelunkers 
Club, President: Lutheran Students Association. 

McMillan, ruth Virginia: B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; 
SNEA. 

McNABB, ELLA JANE: B.S., HPER; Tau Omicron, Secretary; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Vice-President; Physical Education Club; SNEA. 

MEANS, WILLIAM RANDOLPH; B.S., Marketing. 

MEDLEY, ROSA LEE; B.S., Elementary Education. 

MERICKLE, BEN FRANKLIN: B.S., Industrial Management. 

MESOMMONTA, TAWAT; B.S., Marketing: Alpha Kappa Psi; Inter- 
national Club; Soccer Club. 

METZKER, MONETTA SMITH; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA; 
BSU; Alpha Gamma Phi. 



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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



MEYER, LINDA JO; B.S.. Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 
MILLER, DAVID ANDERSON; B.S.. Accounting. 

MILLSAPS, JARRETT BRYANT; B.S., Political Science; Circle K, In- 
ductee Master & Board Member; Cheerleader; Young Democrats; 
Tau Sigma; Track & Sabre; Booster Club; A5B Secretary of Student 
Affairs; Most Popular Male. 
MOHAMADKHANI, CYROUS; B.S., Industrial Technology; interna- 
tional Club; Triton Club; Soccer Club; Blue Raider Sports Car Club. 
MOODY. JANET BROWN; B.S., Social Science; ASB Senator; Presi- 
dent Pro-Tem of the Senate; ISC, President, Treasurer; Pi Kappa 
Delta. Secretary; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta, Parliamentarian; 
Debate Team, State Champion in Women's Extemporaneous Speak- 
ing; ASB Secretary of Freshman Affairs; Who's Who. 
MOON, DEONNE ADELIA: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
MOON, MARY JOHN; B.S.. HPER. 

MOONEYHAN, DAVID LEON; B.S.. Elementary Education; Football 
and Basketball Trainer; T-Club; Dean's List; Kappa Delta Pi; Mid- 
lander, Sports Editor. 
MOORE, BRENDA JEAN; B.S., Elementary Education; Tau Omicron; 

Kappa Delta Pi; Band of Blue; Rodeo Club; Rodeo Queen. 
MOORE, CONNIE B.; B.S., English. 

MOORE, FLOYD LYNN; B.S.. Music; Who's Who; Sacred Harp 
Singers; Band of Blue; Orchestra; Choir. President; Ensemble; Phi Mu 
Alpha, Historian, Treasurer; MENC. 
MOORE, THOMAS JERRY; B.S., Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; ASB 

House of Representatives; Booster Club. 
MOOREHEAD, HELEN SCHULTZ; B.S., History. 

MOREHEAD, SIMON EBER; B.S., Accounting; Dean's List; MTSU Ac- 
counting Society. 
MORRIS, JAMES WAYNE. II; B.S., Chemistry and Biology; Phi Mu 
Delta, Vice-President; Church of Christ Group; Beta Beta Beta; 
Chemistry Club; Biology Club; Lambda Tau. 
MORROW, CARL L.; B.S., Music; Band of Blue: Orchestra; MENC. 
MORTON, EDNA TAYLOR; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Sophomore Class Beauty; Kappa Alpha Sweetheart Court; Booster 
Club: SNEA; ISC; Kappa Delta. Vice-President. President. 
MOSS, SHEILA ELAINE; B.A., Spanish and English; Alpha Mu Gamma. 
MRZENA, THOMAS EDWARD, JR.; B.S., Business. 
MUNDY, JAMES E.; B.S., Business Management; Pi Sigma Epsilon; 

Football. 
MURPHY, ANITA JO; B.S., HPER; SNEA. 
MURPHY. RONNIE GORDON; B.S., Political Science; Lambda Psi; 

Pre-Law Society: Pi Gamma Mu: Young Republicans. 
MYATT, CHARLES HARBERT; B.S., Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
MYERS, LINDA LEE: B.S., International Relations; Pi Gamma Mu. His- 
torian. 
NAPPER. ROY WAYNE: B.S., History. 

NEVINS. MARGARET CURTIS; B.S., Elementary Education. 
NEWBERRY, DONALD LAWRENCE: B.S., Marketing; American Mar- 
keting Association, Program Director: Weightllfting Club, President. 
NEWTON. LINDA GAYLE; B.S., Home Economics; BSU; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 
NICHOLS, SHEILA ANN; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Kappa 

Delta Colony. 
NORRIS. LINDA JEAN; B.A., English; Tau Omicron: Chi Alpha PI 

Sweetheart Court; Chi Omega Colony. 
NORVELL, MARY ELIZABETH; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
O'CONNOR, PATRICIA SUE; B.S., Dietetics; Booster Club; Wesley 

Foundation: Home Economics Club; Kappa Delta. 
OFFICER, ROBERT WAYNE; B.S., Mathematics. 

OLIVER, CONSTANCE J.: B.S., HPER; Kappa Delta; Senior Class 
Beauty: Physical Education Club; Booster Club; Women's Recreation 
Association: Canterbury Association. 
O'NEAL, JAMES PATRICK: B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon Pi 
Tau: ROTC Brigade Commander: ASB Speaker of the House of 
Representatives: Election Commission Chairman; ROTC, Leadership 
and Command Award. Forrest Raiders, Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent. 
OSENGA, GEORGE JUSTUS; B.S., Biology; Concert Choir; Biology 

Club: Phi Mu Alpha. 
OVERTON. RALPH HARRIS; B.S., HPER; Varsity Football, Co-Cap- 
tain; T-Club. 
OWEN. PAMELA MARCEAN; B.A.. Theatre: Alpha Psi Omega: 
Buchanan Players; Kappa Delta; Sophomore and Junior Class Sec- 
retary: Supreme Court Recorder; Supreme Court Senior Justice: ASB 
Election Commission, Communications Committee: Sidelines; Alpha 
Phi Gamma; Spanish Club: Booster Club. 
OWEN, PRISCILLA JEAN; B.S., Economics: Kappa Delta: Senior 
Senator; Alpha Phi Gamma; Midlander, AthleNcs Editor; ASB 
Communications Committee, Election Commission, Screening Com- 
mittee: Economics and Finance Club: Booster Club; Intramurals. 
OWENS, PATRICK W.; B.S., Industrial Management. 
OWENS, SHARON ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Alpha Delta Pi, Scholarship Chairman, Parliamentarian, Song Direc- 
tor: Dean's List; Beta Sigma Phi, Parliamentarian; SNEA; Women's 
Recreation Association; Young Democrats; Church of Christ Group; 
Booster Club; Orchestra: Treble Chorale; Intramurals: ASB Corre- 
spondence Committee, Social Committee: Student Affairs Commit- 
tee. 



PAINTER, RODNEY HOUSTON: B.S., Industrial Management. 
PALMER, JEANNETTE B.; B.A., English: Transfer from University of 

Chattanooga. 
PARKER, BRENDA ANNETTE: B.S., Mathematics; Chess Club; Dean's 

List. 
PARKER. CAROL SUE; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Education 

Club: Intramurals. 
PARKER, DAVID MARTIN; B.S., Business Administration; Delta Mu 
Delta, Secretary: Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Gamma Mu; Sigma Club; 
Track & Sabre Club; Dean's List; Who's Who. 
PARKER. PETE BURL; B.S., Agriculture; Kappa Sigma. 
PARSLEY, HARRIET JONELLE; B.S., Sociology and Psychology: Side- 
lines, Feature Editor, Managing Editor; CUBE; Buchanan Players: 
Young Democrats; University Center Board. 
PARSON, RITA FAYE; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Education 

Club; SNEA; Women's Recreation Association; Intramurals. 
PARTIN, JAMES EDWARD; B.S., Agriculture; Block & Bridle Club. 
PARTIN, MARY ELIZABETH BLAIR; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 

Gamma Beta Phi; Physical Education Club; Dean's List. 
PATTON, CAROLE GENE; B.S., Business Education: Alpha Gamma 
Phi, Vice-President, Recording Secretary: Treble Chorale, Secretary; 
Tau Sigma; NCAS, Publicity Chairman, ASB House of Representa- 
tives; Booster Club; Student Affairs Committee; Church of Christ 
Group; SNEA; Intramurals. 
PATTON, CHARLES ERWIN; B.S., History. 

PATTON, SHARON: B.S., Biology: Westminster Fellowship, President, 
Vice-President; Lambda Tau: Beta Beta Beta, President; Biology Club; 
SCU: Who's Who. 
PAYNE, RITA JOY; B.S., Biology; Biology Club; SNEA, Publicity Com- 
mittee. 
PEARSON, STANLEY NELSON; B.S., Social Science: Kappa Delta PI. 
PECK, GREGORY OWEN: B.S., Sociology; Sam Davis Rifles: Fresh- 
man Affairs Committee: Track & Sabre Club; Kappa Alpha. 
PEERCY, RICHARD DAVID; B.S., Biology and Physical Education. 
PENNINGTON, BOBBY GLYNN; B.S., Business Management; Dean's 

List. 
PENNINGTON, MILDRED ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 

Church of Christ Group; Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta PI. 
PENTYCOFE, JOHNNY MERRILL; B.S., Industrial Technology; Epsilon 

Pi Tau. 
PEPPERS. MAXINE; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; SNEA: 

NCAS. 
PEREZ, CAROL ANDERSON REGG; B.S., Art; Art Club; SNEA. 
PERKINS, JOEY DEAN; B.S., Geography: Drill Team; Track & Sabre 
Club: CUBE; Forrest Raiders: Gamma Epsilon: Student Affairs Com- 
mittee. 
PETRO, MARGIE VANDERGRIFF; B.S., Home Economics: Raiderette 

Rifle Team; Triton Club; Tau Sigma; Home Economics Club. 
PETTEWAY, JUDY PACK; B.S., Art; Dean's List. 
PETTY, ROSEMARY; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Treble 

Chorale. 
PEVAHOUSE. AVE NELLE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
PHILLIPS, GWANDA LEE; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma; Band of Blue: 

SNEA: Orchesis. 
PHILLIPS, JAY YEISER; B.S., Accounting; MTSU Accounting Society: 

Phi Sigma Epsilon. 
PHILLIPS, SHELAH DAVIS, JR.; B.S., Industrial Management; Epsilon 

Pi Tau. 
PIGG, ROBERT MORGAN, JR.; B.S., HPER; Church of Christ Group: 

Phi Sigma Beta: Kappa Delta Pi. 
PIGNA, DAVID LESLIE: B.S.. Political Science; ASB Student Affairs 
Committee: Track & Sabre Club; Circle K; Pre-Law Society; Booster 
Club: Kappa Sigma, Pledgemaster. 
PIRTLE, ROBERT C; B.S., Political Science; Pre-Law Society; Lambda 

Psi, Historian, Chaplain. 
PLEMONS, CLARENCE SHEPHERD, JR.; B.S., Biology. 
POINDEXTER, WANDA FAYE; B.S., Elementary Education: Church of 

Christ Group: Tau Omicron: SNEA. 
POOLE, CARROL LYNN; B.A., Public Speaking; Debate Squad; Phi 
Kappa Delta, ASB Representative: SNEA; Midlander, Copy Editor. 
POSTON, CHARLES EDWARD: B.S., History: Tau Sigma: Church of 

Christ Group. 
POWELL, ALTA COLLEEN; B.S., Political Science and History; Side- 
lines, Copy Editor, Advertising Manager, Business Manager; Young 
Democrats, Secretary, Vice-President: Pre-Law Society; CUBE, Treas- 
urer: Buchanan Players; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Phi Gamma, Vice- 
President; Socratics; BSU. 
POWELL. WANDA LEE; B.S.. Home Economics; SNEA; Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 
PRESLAR, ROGER LEON; B.A., Political Science: Honor Roll; Dean's 

List: Pi Gamma Mu. 
PREVATTE, CAROLYN VIRGINIA: B.S., Biology: BSU; Women's Ath- 
letic Association. 
PREVOST. JOHN PAUL; B.S., General Business: Varsity Tennis Team, 

Captain. 
PRICHARD, MICHAEL STANLEY; B.S., Pre-Law; Booster Club, Presi- 
dent: Circle K, Board of Directors: Track & Sabre Club: IFC; Chi 
Alpha PI, Social Chairman, President. 




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PRIEST, PATRICIA BASS: B.S.. Mathematics. 

PUCKEH. CONNIE SUE; B.S.. Home Economics; Home Economics 
Club; BSU. 

RADLEY, DOUGLAS LEE; B.S., Political Science. 

RAGSDALE. JAMES THOMAS; B.S., Social Science; Lambda Psi; New- 
man Club; Young Republicans; Pre-Law Society; Gamma Epsilon. 

RAGSDALE. WALTER MAXWELL: B.A., International Relations. 

RAINS, TOMMY McGUIRE: B.S., Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

RAMSEY, JAMES GARLAND; B.S., Mathematics: SNEA; Kappa Delta 
PI; Cumberland Presbyterian Church Group, Vice-President. 

RAMSEY, JO ANN; B.S., Business Education: Church of Christ Group. 

RANDLE, DIANE MICHEL; B.S., HPER; Band of Blue; Clairnet Choir; 
Women's Athletic Association. 

RANEY, DOROTHY ANN; B.S., Home Economics: Home Economics 
Club, Public Relations Chairman; Kappa Delta, Historian: Gamma 
Beta Phi. 

RAWLSTON, REBECCA C; B.S., Elementary Education. 

RAY, DONALD LEE; B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta. 

RAY, JERRY HOYTE; B.S., Agriculture and Economics; Block & Bridle 
Club, Treasurer; Delta Tau Alpha, Secretary, Vice-President. 

RAY, VIRGINIA MARIE; B.A., English; Alpha Delta Pi; ISC; ASB 
House of Representatives: Kappa Sigma Phi; Canterbury Associa- 
tion; La Societe Francaise. 

REDD, LATRICIA HOLLEY; B.S., English; Gamma Beta Phi. 

REEVES, CAROLYN SIMPSON; B.S., Social Studies. 

RHEA, JANIS LYNN; B.S., Business. 

RHODES, JEAN HASTON; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA: ASB 
Social Committee; Women's Athletic Association; Booster Club; 
Treble Chorale. 

RICHENS, KENT DOUGLAS; B.A., Elementary Education. 

RICKMAN, JOHN ROBINSON; B.S., Physical Education: Physical 
Education Club; Intramurals. 

RIDDLE, JAMES DOUGLAS; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Educa- 
tion Club; AAHPER. 

RIDDLE. PAMELA McMAHAN; B.S., Physical Education; Physical Edu- 
cation Club: AAHPER. 

RIEL, BRIAN FRANCIS: B.S., Chemistry and Biology. 

RING, BEVERLY JANE; B.A., Art; ROTC Sponsor; Circle K Sweetheart 
Court; Art Club; Orchesls Club. 

RIVES, DAVID FONVILLE: B.S., Business Management: Who's Who: 
Delta Mu Delta, Treasurer; Pi Kappa Delta; ASB House of Repre- 
sentatives: Dean's List; Honor Roll; Debate Team. 

RIVES, KENNETH ELLIOH; B.S., Geography: Gamma Epsilon; Spe- 
lunkers Club: PI Sigma Epsilon; Intramurals. 

ROBBINS, TERRY LEE; B.S., Chemistry. 

ROBERSON, MERRIL BOOTH; B,S., Elementary Education. 

ROBERTS, HERBERT WAYNE; B.S., Physical Education; Track Team 
Manager: T-Club, Vice-President, President. 

ROBINSON, RICKY J.; B.S., Social Science: Pi Gamma Mu; Dean's 
List. 

ROBINSON, SHIRLEY LYNN; B.S., Business Education. 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM DAVID; B.S., Physical Education. 

ROBINSON, YOLANDA BRUMIT; B.S., Business Education; Dorm Pres- 
ident; Tau Omicron; NCAS; Pi Omega PI. 

ROWLAND, ODELENE: B.S., Elementary Education. 

RUSHING, MARY EVELYN; B.5., Biology; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Kappa Delta. 

RUSSELL, JAYNE REES; B.S., Art; Delta PI Gamma, Corresponding 
Secretary, Pledge Mistress: Art Club, Secretary; Dorm Officer. 

RUSSELL, SHIRLEY ANN; B.A., English; Alpha Mu Gamma; Pi Gam- 
ma Mu; Young Republicans Club, Treasurer, Vice-President; House 
of Representatives; Dean's List; Honor Roll; Sidelines. 

RUSSO, SUZANNE CAROLLE; B.S., Mathematics; Dean's List; Gamma 
Beta Phi; Tau Omicron; Kappa Delta Pi: Women's Recreational 
Association: Socratlcs' College Bowl; Intramurals. 

SADLER, MARTHA LOIS; B.A., English; French Club; ASB House of 
Representatives; German Club; Alpha Mu Gamma, Secretary: SNEA. 

SADLER, VIRGINIA GAYLE; B.S., Music; Tau Omicron: Delta Omi- 
cron, President; Orchestra; Concert Choir; Who's Who; Band of 
Blue: Treble Chorale; SCU; Wesley Foundation: MENC; Student 
American Guild of Organists. 

SAIN, CHARLES EVANS; B.S., Agriculture; Dairy Judging Team. 

SAIN, SUSAN BRYSON; B.S., Agriculture: Dairy Judging Team. 

SALMON, JOHN WILLIAMS: B.S., General Business. 

SANDERS, LOIS JEAN; B.S., HPER; Miss MIDLANDER Pageant; Can- 
terbury Club, President; Women's Athletic Association. 

SARVER, PATRICIA LOUISE: B.S., HPER; Physical Education Club, 
Secretary; Women's Athletic Association; SNEA; Church of Christ 
Group. 

SCRUGGS, LINDA JACO: B.S., History; Geography Club; Gamma 
Epsilon. 

SEALS, AMY JEANECE: B.S., Home Economics: Kappa Omicron Phi; 
Home Economics Club. 

SCHULTZ, DWIGHT L.; B.S., Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; 
Booster Club. 

SCHWEMER, LIANA LEE; B.A., History; Pi Gamma Mu: Die Deutsch 
Kamaraden: Church of Christ; Midlander Staff; Buchanan Players. 



SCOTT, CHERYL DARLENE; B.S., Business Education; SNEA; NCAS; 
Pi Omega Pi. 

SHAFFER, BRENDA SHAW; B.S., Elementary Education; Dean's List. 

SHARPTON, JOHN DWIGHT: B.S., Marketing: PI Sigma Epsilon. 

SHELTON, LARRY DEAN; B.S., Industrial Technology. 

SHERRILL, FREEMAN HENRY, JR.; B.S., Business Administration; Track 
& Sabre Club: Sigma Nu. 

SHIPLEY, ELIZABETH ANN; B.S., Office Administration; NCAS: Cum- 
berland Presbyterian Group: ASB House of Representatives: ASB 
Election Commission, Hostess Committee, Social Committee; Home 
Economics Club: SUSGA; TISL; Dorm President. 

SHORT. THOMAS DOUGLAS: B.S., General Business; Booster Club; 
Young Republican's Club; Track & Sabre Club; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

SIDWELL, JAMES QUINTON, JR.; B.S., Marketing: Track & Sabre 
Club: Kappa Alpha. 

SIMMONS, LLOYD KENNETH; B.S., Business. 

SIMMS, SUSAN ELIZABETH; B.S., Math; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion. 

SIMS, BETTYE JUNE: B.S., Political Science; Sophomore Class Treas- 
urer; Junior Class Treasurer: Senior Class Treasurer: ASB House of 
Representatives; Gamma Beta Phi; Tau Sigma; Booster Club: Stu- 
dents Affairs Committee: Social Committee; Kappa Alpha Sweet- 
heart Court; Kappa Delta; Midlander Staff. 

SIMS, CARL STANTON; B.S., Biology. 

SLATEN. JAMES RAY; B.S., Psychology; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

SLAYDEN, JUDITH ELAINE; B.S., English; BSU; French Club: SCU: 
SNEA: Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

SLAYMAKER. REBECCA WRIGHT: B.S., Social Science; Chorus; Bu- 
chanan Players: SNEA; Alpha Psi Omega; Gamma Epsilon. 

SLAYMAKER, ROBERT DAWSON: B.S., Public Speaking; Circle K; 
Veteran's Club Officer; Alpha Psi Omega; House of Representatives: 
Buchanan Players; Gamma Epsilon; SNEA; Co-op Student for Middle 
Tennessee Electrical Corporation. 

SMALL, LYNN SCOTT; B.A., History and English; SNEA; Alpha Phi 
Gamma; Pi Gamma Mu: Kappa Delta Pi; Tau Omicron: Who's Who: 
Sidelines; Collage, Managing Editor; Midlander, Activities Editor, 
Editor-in-Chief; Dean's List; Honor Roll. 

SMITH, ANN KNIGHT: B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Gamma 
Beta Phi, 

SMITH, CLAUDE WAYNE; B.S., Agriculture: Rodeo Club; Delta Tau 
Alpha. 

SMITH, JUDY KAREN; B.S., Elementary Education; SCU. 

SMITH, LARRY BENNETT; B.S., Business Administration; Alpha Kappa 
Psi. 

SMITH, LYNDON L.; B.S., Biology: Lambda Psi. 

SMITH, MARGARET IVY; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

SMITH, PATRICIA S.; B.S., Mathematics. 

SMITH, RANDALL H.; B.S., Business Management; Young Republicans. 

SMITH, REGINA BOWEN; B.S., Social Science: Kappa Delta; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Dean's List; Pi Gamma Mu. 

SMITH, SHELLY KAY; B.S., Art. 

SMITH, SUSAN LEA; B.S., Elementary Education: Wesley Foundation, 
Public Relations: ASB House of Representatives: SCU, Secretary; 
SNEA: Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta PI. 

SMITH, THOMAS N.; B.S., Social Science. 

SNELL, BILLY JOE: B.S., HPER. 

SNYDER, STEPHEN LOCKARD; B.S., History, Biology; Varsity Basket- 
ball. 

SOUDERS, JAMES AUSTIN; B.S., Instrumental Music; Band of Blue, 
Vice-President; Varsity Choir; Chorus; Sacred Harp Singers; Phi Mu 
Alpha, Vice-President. 

SPAULDING, BILLY BURKE; B.S., Accounting. 

SPRAKER, JAMES STANLEY; B.S., Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi, Sec- 
retary; Sigma Club, Secretary, Treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi; MTSU 
Accounting Society. 

STACEY, GERALD P.; B.S., Mathematics. 

STARKS, MARVIN WAYNE; B.S., Marketing: Lambda Psi; American 
Marketing Association. 

STARNES. CARL THOMAS; B.S., Industrial Management. 

STEELMAN, SUSAN KAY; B.S., Social Studies: Wesley Foundation; 
Socratlcs: Young Democrats; Alpha Phi Gamma: Sidelines, News 
Editor, Managing Editor. 

STEPHENSON, PATRICIA ELLEN; B.S., English; SNEA; Alpha Mu 
Gamma: Gamma Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi. 

STEWART, KATHRYN TEMPLETON; B.S., Home Economics. 

STINSON, LARRY VERNON: B.S., Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi. 

STRAUB, BRADY ALLEN; B.S., Physical Education; Baseball Team; T- 
Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Captain Baseball Team; All OVC Base- 
ball; ROTC Commodation Ribbon: Kappa Delta PI; Booster Club: 
AAHPER; Physical Education Club; Track & Sabre Club. 

STRONG, BETTY LACY; B.S., Sociology: Booster Club; Women's Dorm 
Council: Senate Secretarial Staff. 

STUBBLEFIELD, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Social Science: Tau Sigma; 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Group. 

SULLENGER, MARTHA JEAN; B.S., Office Administration; Cumber- 
land Presbyterian Group, Secretary-Treasurer; NCAS, Charter Mem- 
ber. 

SULLIVAN, LYMAN LOUIS; B.S., Business Administration; PI Sigma 
Epsilon. 




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SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



SULLIVAN, MICHAEL S.: B.S., Business Management. 

SUTHERLAND. TERRY STEVEN; B.S., Agriculture. 

SUTTON. DELORES ANN; B.S.. Home Economics; Delta Phi Gamma, 
Vice-President; ASB Hostess Committee; Home Economics Club; 
Booster Club. 

SUTTON. JUDITH CAMILLE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; 
Dean's List; Church of Christ Group. 

SV/ALLOWS. JAMES PATRICK; B.S., Physical Education; Physical 
Education Club; Lambda Psi, Intramural Chairman. Board of Gov- 
ernors. 

SWANN. SANDRA; B.S., Physical Education Club; Women's Recrea- 
tional Association. 

SWANSON, FRANK OLIVER; B.S., Art; Kappa Pi. 

SWINDELL, GARY ALAN; B.S., Industrial Technology. 

TALLANT, JOHN ALBERT; B.S., Business Administration; Alpha Kappa 
Psi. Master of Rituals. 

TANT, JOHN; B.S., Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi; Dorm Council; 
Booster Club; Church of Christ Group. 

TATUM, LINDA SUE; B.S., Business Education; BSU. 

TAYLOR, DORRIS JEAN; B.S., Business Education; NCAS. 

TAYLOR, ELOISE R.; B.S., Elementary Education: SNEA, 

TAYLOR, JANICE KAY; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 

TAYLOR, JOHN HORACE; B.S., Social Science; Gamma Beta Phi; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Pi Gamma Mu; Economics and Finance Club; 
Who's Who. 

TAYLOR. LINDA SUE; B.S., Home Economics; Wesley Foundation; 
Women's Dorm Council; Home Economics Club; SCU. 

TAYLOR, RANDALL KEITH; B.S., Business Administration; Track and 
Sabre Club; Distinguished Military Student. 

TENBRUNSEL, ROBERT WAYNE; B.S.. Industrial Management; Epsilon 
Pi Tau; Lambda Psi; Intramurals. 

TENNANT. CHARLOTTE WILSON; B.S.. Elementary Education; 
SNEA. 

TENNANT, RONALD DEAN; B.S.. Chemistry and Mathematics; Dean's 
List; Sigma Club, President; Chemistry Club, President and Vice- 
President; Mathematics Club; Veteran's Club; Church of Christ 
Group; Socratics; Who's Who. 

TENNANT, SANDRA FAYE WATSON; B.S., Elementary Education; 
Tau Omicron, Kappa Delta Pi; Dean's List; Church of Christ Group. 

TENPENNY, LETA SUZANNE: B.S., Art; Church of Christ Group. 

THACKSTON. MARIE ELIZABETH; B.A.. English; Young Republicans 
Club, Secretary; Die Deutschen Kameraden; ASB House of Rep- 
resentatives. 

THIGPEN, LARRY OLEN; B.S., Business Management . 

THOMAS, JOHN WILSE; B.S., Business Management: Alpha Kappa 
Psi, Alumni Secretary. 

THOMAS, KAREN GAIL; B.S., Biology; CUBE. Treasurer; Sidelines. 

THOMAS, ROSEMARY; B.S., Social Science; Spanish Club; SNEA. 

THOMPSON, RICHARD BOYCE; B.S., Biology; Lambda Psi. Alumni 
Secretary; Triton Club, President: Chemistry Club, Secretary and 
Treasurer; ASB House of Representatives; Young Democrats: Wesley 
Foundation. 

TINNIN, JEAN CLAIRE; HPER; Physical Education Club; Women's 
Recreation Association; Tau Omicron; SNEA. 

TODD, BETTY OVERALL; B.S., Elementary Education. 

TODD. BILLY OTIS; B.S., Industrial . Management; Veteran's Club. 

TODD, FRANCES LUCINDA N.; B.S., Elementary Education. 

TOLBERT, FLORENCE MAGGART; B.S., Sociology and History; Tau 
Sigma; SNEA; Phi Sigma Beta: Kappa Delta Pi; Honor Roll. 

TORRENCE. WILLIAM HOWARD; B.S., Sociology; Booster Club; Tau 
Sigma; Kappa Sigma; Track and Sabre Club. 

TREDINNICK: B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Canterbury Club; 
Alpha Mu Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi. 

TRENT, BRYAN ORVAL; B.S., Physics. 

TRENT, LINDA RAYE; B.S., Biology; Who's Who; Tau Omicron; Beta 
Beta Beta, Vice-President;; Lambda Tau, Treasurer; Kappa Delta 
Pi; SNEA; Booster Club: Dean's List; Biology Club; Young Re- 
publicans: Rifle Team. 

TRIGG, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Psychology; Treble Chorale. 

TRIMBLE. JANICE ELAINE: B.S., Office Administration; Church of 
Christ Group: Tau Sigma; Booster Club; NCAS, President; Dean's 
List: Gamma Beta Phi; ASB Correspondence Committee; Chi 
Omega, Recording Secretary. 

TROUPE, PATRICIA ANN; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA; Wesley 
Foundation. 

TROXLER, JAMES WILLIAM: B.S.. Marketing. 

TUCKER, LANA JANICE: B.S., Sociology: Who's Who; SNEA; Kappa 
Delta, Chaplain, Secretary, Vice-President, Membership Chairman: 
Dorm Officer; Women's Athletic Association; Tau Sigma, Historian; 
Booster Club; Homecoming Queen Attendant: Gamma Beta Phi, 
President. 

TUCKER, MARILYN LEE; B.S., Sociology; Tau Sigma, International 
Club. 

TUCKER, ROBERT WAYNE, JR.; B.S., Industrial Arts; Raider Rifles; 
Epsilon Pi Tau. Treasurer. 

TUNE, RICHARD GREER; B.A., History; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Gamma 
Mu. 

TYSON, JAY EDWARD; B.S., Business Education; Band of Blue; 
SNEA; Wesley Foundation, Vice-President. 



ULLERY, SAMUEL RICHARD; B.S.. Economics; Kappa Alpha, Pledge- 
master; Circle K; Freshman Basketball: T-Club; Booster Club: ASB 

House of Representatives; Intramurals. 
VADEN, MICHAEL LEE: B.S., Accounting. 

VANNATTA, MARVIN JACKSON, JR.; B.S.. Accounting: MTSU Ac- 
counting Society: Alpha Kappa Psi; Sam Davis Drill Team. 
VAUGHAN. BEVERLY CAROL; B.S., Social Studies; SNEA. 
VAUGHAN, RUTH MILTON; B.S.. Sociology; Church of Christ Group: 

Tau Sigma, Treasurer. 
VAUGHAN, WILLIAM ORREN, JR.; B.S.. Economics. 
VICKS, DONALD RAY; B.S., Physical Education: Physical Education 

Club. 
WAGGONER, GUY DANIEL; B.S., Business Management: Pi Sigma 

Epsilon, Vice-President. 
WAGGONER. HARRIET CLARICE: B.S., Home Economics; Home 

Economics Club, Treasurer; Kappa Delta, Chaplain; Gamma Beta 

Phi; Booster Club. 
WAGGONER, MICHAEL STANLEY; B.S., Art; ASB Scholarship; Alpha 

Psi Omega; Kappa Pi. 
WALKER, CARMEN: B.S., Public Speaking; Buchanan Players. 
WALKER, JAMES ROBERT; B.S., Political Science; Pi Gamma Mu; 

Sigma Club. 
WALKER, JOHN FRANK; B.S., Political Science; Pre-Law Society. 
WALKER, MARJORY ANN; B.S., Sociology; Kappa Delta, Treasurer, 

Corresponding Secretary; Kappa Alpha Sweetheart Court. Rose 

Court; Miss MIDLANDER Pageant: Tau Sigma; SNEA: ASB Student 

Affairs, Freshman Affairs; Booster Club: Homecoming Queen; Lady 

of Blue. 
WALKER, WAYNE FRANKLIN: B.S., Marketing. 
WALLACE, JOEL HULL; B.S.. International Relations; Pi Gamma 

Mu: CUBE. 
WALLER, ROSS ALLEN; B.S., Economics; Alpha Kappa Psi; ASB 

House of Representatives. 
WALTERS, IVAN LEON; B.S., Biology. 
WARREN, DONALD GENE; B.S., Business Administration; Pi Sigma 

Epsilon: Pentecostal Church Group, President. 
WARREN, JAMES H.; B.S., Art; Kappa Pi; Art Club. 
WARWICK, RICHARD HENRY; B.S., Social Science; Canterbury Club, 

President; Tau Sigma; SNEA; CUBE. 
WATERS, JAMES E.; B.S., Agriculture; Livestock Judging Team; 

Block and Bridle Club; Dairy Judging Team; Soil Judging Team. 
WATSON, JANE; B.S., Biology; French Club; Biology Club, Secretary- 
Treasurer, President. 
WATSON, TED LEE; B.S., Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
WEATHERS. MARGARET ANN: B.A., English; SNEA. NOTE; German 

Club. 
WEAVER, WILLIAM GLEN: B.S.. Marketing: Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
WELLER, WILLIAM ALLEN, III; B.S.. Social Science: SNEA. 
WELLS, RITA FRANCES; B.S.. Business Education; Gamma Beta Phi, 

Vice-President; ASB House of Representatives; Church of Christ 

Group: Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Tau Omicron: SNEA. 
WERNER, CLARK T.; B.S., Management; Varsity Track Team; ASB. 
WEST, ROBERT DOUGLAS: B.S.. Marketing; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 
WEATHERFORD, BILLIE ANN; B.S., Home Economics; Kappa Delta; 

Home Economics Club: Kappa Omicron Phi; BSU, ASB House of 

Representatives. 
WHITAKER, CHARLSIE SUE; B.S., Biology; Beta Beta Beta; Biology 

Club; SNEA. 
WHITE, DONALD RAY; B.S.. Accounting. 
WHITE, LARRY KAY; B.S., Physical Education; Track Team Manager; 

T-Club; Physical Education Club. 
WHITE, WALTER HOWARD; B.S., Political Science; Alpha Phi Gam- 
ma. SIDELINES, Circulation. 
WHITVER, GERTRUDE MAE; B.A., History and Spanish; Spanish 

Club: International Club: Pi Gamma Mu; Gamma Beta Phi; ASB 

Senate, Parliamentarian. 
WHITWORTH, LINDA GAYLE; B.A., Political Science; Buchanan 

Players; German Club. 
WIGGINS, KATHERINE MOORE; B.S., Elementary Education. 
WIGGINS. LYDIA RANDOLPH; B.S.. English. 
WILEY. BILLY JOE; B.S., Animal Science; Sgt-at-Arms, Sophomore 

Class; Vice-President, Junior Class; President, Senior Class; Track 

and Sabre; Block and Bridle, Parliamentarian. 
WILEY, JUDY KAY; B.S.. Elementary Education; Tau Sigma: SNEA; 

Presbyterian Church Group; Young Democrats; Buchanan Players. 
WILKERSON, JANICE ANDREWS; B.S., Sociology. 
WILKES, SHEILA ANN; B.S.. Sociology. 
WILLIAMS, CYNTHIA ANNE; B.S., History; ROTO Sponsor; Buchanan 

Players: Intramurals; Newman Club; Chi Omega Colony; Chess 

Club; SNEA: ASB Social CommlHee: Booster Club. 
WILLLIAMS, JESSIE VEE; B.S.. Theatre; Buchanan Players; SNEA; 

Kappa Epsilon: NCTE; Pentecostal Church Group. 
WILLIAMS, LARRY RAYMOND; B.S., Political Science: Debate Team: 

Pi Kappa Delta, President; Circle K. Board of Directors; Lambda 

Psi, Vice-President; ASB Attorney General. 
WILLIAMS. LINDA FAYE; B.S., Business Education; SNEA; Pi Omega 

Pi. 
WILLIAMS, PEGGY JEAN; B.S., Secretarial Administration. 
WILLIAMS, ROSIE HELEN: B.S.. Biology: BSU: Biology Club; Beta 

Beta Beta, Secretary. 



WILLIAMS, SUE CAROLYN; B.S„ Elementary Education; SNEA; BSU. 
WILLIAMSON. DONALD JAMES; B.S., Biology; Kappa Alpha; Beta 

Beta Beta. 
WILSON. GALE MORGAN; B.S.. Accounting. 
WILSON, PHYLLIS ELAINE; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA; Honor 

Roll. ^ 

WILSON, SUSAN L.; B.A., English; French Club; Gamma Beta Phi; 

Alpha Mu Gamma; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Sigma Beta; Kappa Delta. 
WILSON, WILLIAM WALTER; B.S.. Business Management. 
WINGO. JEFFREY LYNN; B.S., Sociology; Track and Sabre Club; 

Booster Club; Lambda Psl. Pledgemaster. 
WISEMAN, LINDA SUE; B.S., Business Education; Pi Omega Pi. 

Treasurer; Wesley Foundation; SNEA; NCAS; Tau Sigma. 
WISEMAN, NANCY LEJANE; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
WITT, MARY CLAIRE; B.S.. Elementary Education. 
WOMACK, MICHAEL DAVID; B.S., HPER; Varsity Football; T-Club. 
WOOD, JOHN ROY; B.S.. HPER; Newman Club; T-Club. Sgt.-at- 

Arms: Ray Neal Memorial Award. 
WOOD. THERESA JANE; B.S., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta 

Pi; SNEA. 
WOODS, BARBARA ANN; B.S., History; Tau Omicron; Pi Gamma 

Mu; Kappa Delta Pi; Gamma Epsilon; SNEA. 



WOODY, RONALD PAUL; 8^., History. 

WORDEN, LINDA ANNE; B.A., English; Spanish Club. President: 

Alpha Mu Gamma, Historian. ASB House of Representatives; Tau 

Omicron, Treasurer. Dean's List. 
WORLEY, JOHN CURTIS, JR.; B.S., Psychology. 

WRENN, CHARLES BOYD; B.S.. Mathematics; Track and Sabre Club. 
WRENN, CHARLOTTE; B.S.. Elementary Education. 
WRIGHT, ALETHA WELLS; B.S., Elementary Education: Dean's List. 
WRIGHT. BARBARA ANN; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA. 
WRIGHT, JANET KAY; B.S.. Home Economics; Alpha Delta Pi; Home 

Economics Club. 
WYRICK, DONALD L; B.S., Biology; Kappa Alpha; Booster Club. 
YARBROUGH. CAROLYN POTTER; A.A.. Nursing; Student Nursing 

Association. 
YATES, HOWARD MILLER. JR.; B.S., Business Management; Track 

Team. 
YOUNG, ARLENE FITZPATRICK: B.S., English; Freshman Class Se_c_- 

retary; Alpha Phi Gamma; Alpha Mu Gamma, Tau Omicr 

Secretary ot Communications; Midlander Staff. 
YOUNG, MACY LEE; B.S.. Elementary Education; SNEA. 
YORK, GLENDA SHARP; B.S., Elementary Education; SNEA. 
YORK, JERRY STEVEN; B.S., Psychology; Psychology Club. 



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Abernathy, Morgan De Lacev, 72. 284 

Abemathv Robert. 15 

Ackerson, lohn David, 2(il, 275 

Acuff, Frank Lewis, 64 

Adair, George Milton, 25, 174 

Adams. Anne Lorene, 25, 150, 158. 174. 176. 278. 

289 

Adam',. Barbara Fav, 54. 158, 262. 282. 287 

Adams. Doralhv lean Bryant. 25 

Adams, lerry Raylen. 25 

Adams. Michael Batkley. 64 

Adams. Naomi loyce Kesner. 25 

Adams, Patricia Diana. 72 

Adams. Raymond Thomas. 25 

Adams. Sandra Lee. 54. 160. 262 

Adams. Dennis Lynn. 265 

Adcock. Barbara lean. 54, 160. 172, 262. 278, 263 

Adcock. Bettye Sue. 64 

.■Kdcock, Billie Charles. 261 

Adcock. Ernest Warner. 25. 2i2 

Adcock. Marilyn. 261 

Adcock. Wilma loan. 25 

Aden. Dr Robert, 13 

Adgent Timothy Leo. 72 

Adkins. Frank Donald. 54 

Adyyell. lanel Lynn, 158 

Agee. Deborah Sue. 64 

Akers. lames Orion. 64. 290 

Akin. Robert Vance. 64 

Akin Terry Bruce, 54 

Akin. Wmitred Ann. 25, 161, 162, 184 

Albanese. David Alan. 54. 148 

Albano. loseph Michael. 230, 231 

Albaugh. William ikrchibald. 268. 275 

Alday, Susan Cayle. 72 

Alexander, Deborah lane, 184 

Alexander Iva Rosalie, 54 150 158. 160. 187. 279 

Alexander, lulia Clayton, 5, 25. 180, 184 

Alexander, Nancy Hallie, 72 

Alexander, Dr Robert, 20 

Alexander, Roy Dayton, 54, 170 

Aliord, Sheila Moore, 255 

Allen, Cynthia Melissa, 64 

Allen. Edna Lunette. 72 

Allen, Henrv Wayne. 170 

Allen. Howard Duane. 72 

Allen, lames Kelly, 261 

Allen, Katherine Frances, 25 

Allen, Kathleen Madeline, 72, 286 

Allen, Larry Harold, 25, 196 

Allen, Linda luanita, 128, 28(1 

Allen, Patricia Lou, 64 

Allen, Regina Rhea, 64 

Alley, William Edward, 25 

Allison. Tricia, 72 

ALPHA DELTA PHI. 182-3 

ALPHA GAMMA DELTA. 185 6 

ALPHA KAPPA PSI, 149-9 

ALPHA MU GAMMA. 150 

ALPHA PHI GAMMA. 151 

ALPHA PSI OMEGA, 152 

Altrichter, Pamela Kaye. 72 

Alvarez, lohn Benjamin. 234 

Alvis, Danny Eugene, 72 

Amburgey, lane Holt, 25 

AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS, 265 

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION, 285 

Amonett, Mary Emily, 284 

Amonette, ludith Karen, 25 

Anderson, Anna Kalhryn, 54 



Anders 


m. Brenda Carol. 155 


Anders 


Dn. Dorothy Kay. 54 


Anders 


an, Gloria Ann, 54. 160 


Anders 


Dn, lanice Ann. 72 


Anders 


3n, lanice Annette, 72 


Anderson, lanice Maxine. 54 


Anderson, loseph Neill. Ir, 25 


Anders 


3n, loyce Ann, 72 


Anders 


jn, Kathleen Paschal. 155. 163. 281 


Anders 


jn, Kenneth Wayne, 64 


Anders 


an, Michael Thomas, 166 


Anders 


Dn, Nancy Kipp, 64 


Anderson, Richard Michael, 25, 15!, 161 


Anderson, William Marshall. 72 


Andert 


)n, lanice Gail, 262 


Andrew 


s, Clara lane, 25 


Andrew 


s, Daniel Wayne, 281 


Anglea 


Reba Susan, 72 


Anglin, 


Rebecca Vernon. 72 


Arms, L 


nda Wayne, 72, 155, 281 


Arnev, 


Linda Sue, 64 


Arnold 


Betty, 4, 25 


Arnold 


Deborah Rose, 25 


Arnold 


lames Neal, 25 


Arnold 


ludith, 4, 25 


Arnold 


Linda Kaye, 72 


Arnold 


Mary Kathleen. 72 


Arnold 


Richard Arthur. 25, 279 


Arnold 


Shirley Diane, 72 


Aseltin 


, Herschel, 20 


Ashby. 


Sam Michael, 150, 164, 166 


Ashlinget Billie Carol, 25. 54, 262 


Atchley 


Norns Allen, 54 


Atchley 


Virgil Anderson, 25, 200 


Austin, 


Katherine Ann, 72 


Austin, 


Lester Thomas, 25, 170 


Austin. 


Michael Andrew, 25 


Averitl 


lacqueline Ruth, 264 


Avdelo 


1 Leonard Paul, 25, 145, 155 



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Backherms, Danny Ray, 25, 174 

Baggott, Boford David, ^5, 200 

Bagsby, Patricia Ann, 64 

Bagwell, Marsha Gail, 72 

Bailey, Charles Dennis, 64 

Bailey, lames Elwood, 54 

Bailey, lohn Michaell, 25, 147, 174, 279 

Bailey, Karen La Nelle, 288 

Bailey, Robert Mike. 25. 229 

Baines. Mary G Smith. 25, 145 

Baird, Dorothy lane, 187 

Baker, Darlene Dern/berry, 290 

Baker, Deborah Ann, 72, 288 

Baker, Edward Allan, 192, 267 

Baker, lames Milton, 72 

Baker, lanice F Reed, 25. 155 

Baker, lerty Wayne, 148 

Baker, lulian Bridges, |r , 24, 25, 195, 267 

Baker, Ollie Wayne, 72 

Baker, Samuel, 290 

Baker, Thomas Edward, 247 

Baldwin, Dr E B , 20 

Bales, Roy Edward, 26 

Ball, Donald Bruce, 54 

Ballard, Linda Diane, 282 

Baltz. Philip Daniel, 64, 286 

BAND OF BLUE, 258-9 



Bandy, David Lee, 54 

Bandy, Dennis Shields, 226. 227, 229 

Banks, ludy Fay, 64 

Banks, Linda Cathy, 3, 54 

Banks. Richard Lee, 64 

BAPTIST STUDENT UNION, 288 

Batch, lames Edward, 72 

Barden, lohn Michael. 279. 285 

Batger. Carolyn lean. 72. 282 

Barker. Danny Leroy, 54 

Barker. Dorns Elizabeth. 72 

Barker, lohn Richard. 26. 156. 173, 174 

Barker Sue Bible, 26 

Barkkume, Richard Michael, 26. 148 

Barkley, Rita Lee, 54 

Barkley, Wanda Fay, 72, 282 

Batlar, Douglas Garland, 72, 281 

Barnard, Weakley Edward, 54 

Barnes, Betty Ann. 26. 191 

Barnes, Beverly Ann. 26 

Barnes, Brenda Kay, 64, 187 

Barnes, Carl Dennis, 26, 168 

Barnes, Eleanor Ann, 64 

Barnes, lames Vernon, jr , 54 



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Barnes, lanet Mane, 26 

Barnes, Karen McAlister, 26 

Barnes, Rita Atlene, 64 

Barnes, Sidney Allen, 64 

Barnes, Susan Perry, 26 

Barnett, Garrett Lee, 26, 170, 272 

Barnelt, Linda, 3, 54. 183 

Barnette, Gloria, 64, 286 

Bamhill, Albert Gordon, 72 

Bamhill, Elizabeth Elaine, 26 144, 155, 158, 160, 176, 

281 

Barnhill, lanice Edna, 54 

Barr Ellen Diana, 290 

Barr, Sandra Rogillio, 174, 176, 263, 274 

Barrett, lames Robert, 26, 157 

Barrett, Ronald McKee, 275 

Barrett, Steve, 226, 229, 288 

Barringei, Billie Lynn, 72 

Barron, William Cobia, II. 26 

Barton, Paul Herman, 64 

Barton, Shirley Fay. 64 

Baskin, Arthur Terry, 54 

Baskin, Donald Rayburn, 64, 178 

Baskin. Terrv. 196 

Bass. Alma, 14 

Bass, lames Rodney, 168 

Bass, lerald Lynn, 54 

Bass. Susan Cayle, 72 

Bass, Thomas Dan. 54 

Bastian, Sarah Van Horn, 136 

Balson, ludy, 262, 275 

Batson, lulia Faye, 26 184 

Baucum, Gipson Henry, 290 

Baugh, Sandra Frances, 191, 217, 246, 247, 265 

Bawcum, ludith Dianne, 186 

Baxter, Allen Thomas, 72 

Baxter, loseph Turney, Ir , 64 

Baxter, Lonnie Ray, 168 

Beadle, Martha Lynn, 72 

Beadle, Ruby, Dianne, 26, 158, 160, 172, 176 

Bean, Eva Sue, 26 

Bean, Patncia Lou, 64 

Bean, Seleta Sue, 54 

Beard, David Lynn, 54, 195 

Beard. Nancy Eulonda. 64. 262 



Beasley, Ann Elizabeth, 72 

Beasley, Edward Anderson I , 181, 196, 197, 247 

Beasley, Horace, 16 

Beasley, Mary Alice, 64 

Beasley, Nancy Delaine, 64 

Beasley, Shirley Kay, 64 

Beattv, Ronald Wayne, 54 



aty. 



Beaty, Vicki Osment, 54 

Beaty, Zenith Beiine, 54 

Beaver Mack Clayton, 261 

Beaver, Mary Guy 72 

Beavers. Vathetine Eugenia. 54. 166 

Beavers, Lana Sharon, 152, 176 

Beck, Brenda I Griffin, 26, 274 

Becker, Reid Allen, 26 

Beckham, Charles Marshall, 230 

Beckham, Maty Lynn, 26 

Beckham, Pamela Sue, 64, 137. 294 

Bedwell, Terry Lewis, 26 

Beech, Glenn Edward, 25 

Beech. Sharon Dee, 72 

Beecham, Don Keith, 290 

Beene. lohn lerry. 204, 268 

Beene Thomas Terry, 204, 268 

Beernink, lohn Thomas, 64 

Belcher, Harry Glen, 168 

Bell, Howard Franklin, 26, 147 

Bell, loyce Ann, 54 

Bell, Susan Paulette, 64, 158, 286 

Bellenfant, Billy Lee, 64 

Bellentant, Shirley loy, 26, 150, 160, 176 

Belt Alice Faye 64 

Bender, Ronald R , 26 

Bengtson. Katharine Ion. 64 

Bennett, Dora Ella, 64 

Bennett, Douglas, |r , 26, 91, 243, 247, 200 

Bennett, lo Ann, 188 

Bennett, Michael Horace, 26, 170 

Benson, Laura Ann, 72, 250 

Bently, Delores Marie, 72, 247 

Bentley Donna Mae, 64, 275 

Bentley, Mary Fred, 72 

Bentley, Pat Brown, 280 

Bentson, Darm'l Allan, 218,222 

Bentzel, Ann Elizabeth, 160, 174 

Besheats, |oe Don, 26, 156 

Bess Martha Katherine, 1115, 128, 284 

BETA. BETA BETA. 153 

Betz. Elizabeth Ann, 64 

Bevels, Rebecca Ann, 72 

Bevington, Maty Ellen, 72, 282 

Bhamornsiri, Surasakdi, 26 

Bhamornsin, Suwannatad No, 26, 176 

Bible, Cheryl Rhea, 54, 150, 151, 174, 176, 250, 279 

Bible, loyce, 26 

Bigelow. Brenda Kay. 54, 160, 176 

Bigger, Delia Welborn, 26, 160, 176 

Biggets, Dallas, 14 

Bilbrey, Elizabeth loan 64 

Bilbrey. Linda lones. 27 

Bills Kathie Annette. 290 

Bingham William. 4. 27. 154 

Binkley. leanna Elaine, 72 

Birche, lack, 168 

Birchett, lack Lee, 27 

Birdsong, Donald Wayne, 27 

Black, Zita Kay. 132. 187 

Blackford, ludith Ann, 27 

Blackman, Edward Shannon, 64 




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Blair, Betiv Louise. 72 
Bldir |ani5 lov. 27 
Blaic lohnnie Ann. M 
Blair Robert Douglas, 192, 267 
Blake, leanelta Faye, 27, 184 
Blaklev, lune Lvnn, 72 
Blalock, Bettv Rose, 72, 268 
Blanchard, William Arlhur, 27 
Bland, William Lovied, 72 
Blankenship, Gary Steven, 54 
Blankenship, Nelly McClu, 27, 172 
Blankenship, Richard Steph, 64 
Blanks, Linda Calhy, 158 
Bledsoe. Allene Patricia. 72 
Blevins. Brelt. Bernie, 276 
Blevins. Rosalyn Gayle, 54, 172 
Blick. Sandra Rene, 72 
Bloch, Hermann. 54. 279 
BLOCKAND BRIDLE CLUB. 260 
Blocklev. Thomas Eugene, 268 
Bloodworlh. Hazel Maezora. 278 
BLUE RAIDER SPORTS CAR CLUB. 260 
Blum, Charles Gregory, 54 



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Bodey, Timothy Eugene, 72 

Bodiford, Terry Craig, 54 

Boggess, lames Victor, 27 

Bohannon, lanel Louise, 72, 288 

Boling, lanice Earlene, 64, 278 

Bolton, Tommy Eugene, 27 

Bomar, loyce Love, 72 

Bond, Brenda Paulelte, 72, 282. 288 

Bond, lames William. 64, 268 

Bonds, Thomas David, 64 

Bondurant, Charles Richard, 64 

Bonham. Bretl Harris, 72 

Boone, Daniel Lee, 64 

Booth, lames, 15 

Booth lohn Michael, 54, 199 

Bottoms, Thomas Michel, 244, 276 

Bouldin, Burk, 230, 231 

Bow, Kennelh Doyle, 27 

Bowden, Margaret ^nne 72 

Bowen, Binnie Kav, 64 

Bowen, Regina Elizabeth, 160, 174 

Bowers, William Arthur, 19 

Bowling, Palncia Faye, 27. 282 

Bowman, Ellen Hoover, 27 

Box, lerold William, 168 

Boyd, Cynthia Donnell 4,27 

Boyd, lames Austin, Ir , 64 

Boyd, lerry Wayne, 199 

Boyd, Larry Craig, 27 

Boyd, Larry David, 27 

Boyers, Elizabeth, 276 

Bozeman. ludy Carolyn. 72 

Brachey. Douglas Hayes, 54 

Brackeen, Patricia Ann, 129 

Brackeen, Ronald Lee, 72 

Bracken. Charles Randall, 156 

Bradford. Linda Faye. 72 

Bradford, Nancy Elise, 54 

Bradford, Robert Barry, 72 

Bradley, Beverly lo, 72, 288 

Bradshaw, Barry Wayne, 192 

Brady, Randall Denton, 192 

Bragg, William Brents, 199 

Brakebill. loe Blair 148. 181. 193, 243 

Brakebill, William Alan. 290 

Braken. Charles. 27 

Braly. Brenda loy. 163 

Branch. Charlotte lacquely, 72 

Brandom. Dr C Morris, 20 

Brannen. Betty Luella. 160 

Brantley. Frances Gayle. 158, 160. 183, 263 

Brantley, Rosemary 72 

Brantner, Cecilia Ruth, 262 

Brasheats, Carolyn Mane, 72, 64 

Bralcher, David Leslie, 27 

Brazier, Danny Lee, 64Breckshaw, Charlie, 195 

Brewer, Brenda loy, 64, 158 

Brewer, Dola Dean, 72 

Brice, lohn Randall, 27, 199 

Brice, Martha Dixon, 27 

Bridges, lleen Domenica, 54, 262 

Brigham, William Irvin, 275 

Brightwell, William Thomas, 27, 234 

Brisson, Leonard loseph, 72 

Brilton, lanice Gertrude. 27. 278 

Britton. Richard Tilford. 64 

Broadway. Martha Ann. 27 

Brockman. Mary Beth. 72. 100, 128 134, 272 

Brodioi. Gary Pierce, 54, 195 

Brodioi. ludi Anne. 64 

Bromley, loy Ann. 64. 158. 1184. 185 

Bronder, Keith. 284 

Brookman. Sandra Spencer, 27 

Brooks, Don Lee, 54, 64. 254 

Brooks, Robert, 15 

Brooks, Sylvester, 64, 265. 285 

Brooks, Virginia Payne, 184 

Broome, Paul Alexander, 54 

Brown, Ann Ellen. 288 

Brown, Barbara Elaine, 72 

Brown, Barbara lanice, 54 

Brown, Brjoker T, 218. 219 

Brown. Cathy Ingrid, 64 

Brown. Charles Edward, 55 

Brown, Danny Dale, 55 

Brown, Danny Wayne. 72 

Brown. Eddy Allen. 27, 148, 195 



, loe Howard, 72 
, ludith Ellen. 55 
. Larry Elma. 27 
. Leslie Marie, 284 
. Linda Susan, 55, 285 
, Lvnn Edward, 18, 27. 152. 284 
. Phihp Ray. 148 
Irown. Phillip Dooley, 55 

, Randall Millard. 27, 174, 288 



I lie 



, 290 



vn, Robert Wayne, |r , 234 

vn. Ronnie Burgeous. 204 

vn. Sherian Ann. 55. 158 

vn, Stephen Moon, 55, 1% 

vn, Stuart Carlyle, 196 

vn, Thomas Sherman. 218 

vn. Wanda Faye. 27 

vn. Wanda Nell. 64, 144, 158, 172 

vn. Willie Earl. 218 219, 224 

vning. Ernie David. 27. 156 

vning. lames Truner. 27, 148 

:e, Gwendolyn Diane, 180, 188 
Irude, Dana, 141, 189, 190, 197 
irumbach, Fredenck Aloysi, 27. 170 
on. Thad. Nolen. 287 
, Bettv Louise, 64 
Bryan, Bobby Harold. 64 
Bryan, Flora Donnette, 64 
Bryan, lamie Kay, 72 
Bryan. Sharon Anne, 28 
Bryan, Sharon Anne, 28 
Bryan, William Howard, 263 
Bryant, Beebe Darlene, 158, 180, 184, 185, 190 
Bryant, lohn Wright, 248 
Bryant, Karen Marie, 72 
Bryant. Linda lean. 64 
Brysin. Charles Ernest. |r . 27 
Bryson. William Allen, |r , 294 
BUCHANAN PLAYERS, 284 
Buchanan, Rose Marie, 72 
Buck, Earl Daniel, 204 
Buckley, Albert William, |r , 170 
Buckner, Garry Lee, 72, 261 
Buckner, Randall Ray, 64 
Buckner, Susan Starr. 72 
Buford. Cecil Hunter, 28 
Bugg. Thesa Ann. 55. 187 
Buhler. Charles Franklin. 28 
Bumpus. Sadie Andrea. 28 
Bunch, Cathy Lou, 72 
Burden, Ruby lane, 72 
Burgener, lames Eugene, 230 
Burger, Ray David, 73 
Burgess, Maurice Ray, 64 
Burketl, Bob Preston, |r , 248 
Burks, Barbara Ann, 158 
Burks, Nancy Lee, 55 
Burnett, Thomas Edward, 170 
Burnette. Deborah Adene. 73 
Burnette, lim C. 73 
Burns. Charles Dean, 73 
Burns, leannetle Clair, 64 



Burn 



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Burns, Karen, 280 
Burns, Kennedy SmartI, 64 
Burns, Ronald Quinton, 152, 284 
Burroughs. Michael Kenneth. 73 



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Lavada Sue, 28. 191. 275 



Burt 



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. Gary Lee. 64 



Busey, Suzanne, 73 
Butler, Charlie, 205 
Butler, Emily Delanore, 64 
Burner, Alvin Kenneth, 28 
Butner, Brenda Kay. 73 
Buttrey. Harold Ellis, 73 
Buzan. Allen Douglas. 64 
Bynum, Edna Fay, 73 
Bynum, Malgum Terrel, 73 
Byrd, lames Allen, 28. 170 
Byrd, Lam |o, 64 
Byrd, Marinda Sue, 73, 286 



Calfev, lames dayid, 73 

Cagle, Bobby Wayne, 28 

Cagle, Linda Carol, 73 

Calahan, Margaret Elizabeth, 158, 169. 176. 180.188. 

189 

Caldwell. Frances Pentecost, 73 

Calfee. Martha Ann. 64 

Call, loyce Ann. 28. 152 

Callaway, lean Le Rov. 64 

Campbell. Barry Allen. 55 

Campbell. Charles Wesley. 277 

Campbell. Cynthia Ann, 188 

Campbell, lo Ann. 28, 137, 180, 191, 245. 292 

Campbell, lohn Anderson. 28 

Campbell. Lana Marlene. 28. 90, 160, 172, 176, 187. 

243. 262 

Campbell. Larry Adonis. 55 

Campbell. Nancy Irene. 73 

Campbell, Ronald Reed, 73 

Campbell, Thomas Edward, |r , 73 

Cannon. Sherry Lyn. 73 

Cannon. William Nesmith. 261 

Canirell. lanet. 290 

Cantrell, Kerry Lynnette. 73 



Capps. Dana Deonna, 73 

Card, lames Evan. 192 

Carey. Brenda Gayle. 73 

Carlisle. Geraldine. 28. 183 

Carlisle. Michael Thomas. 218. 225 

Carlson. Edwin Eric. 64 

Carlton, loe Morris. 28. 147. 154 

Carman. Tony Carrol. 19 

Carney. Calhy lo. 73 

Carney, lackie. 4, 28 

Carney. William Eugene. 192. 193 

Carpenter, William Ray, 64 

Carperton, |im, 195 

Carr, Harold Alton. 55 

Carroll. Brenda loyce. 73 

Carroll. Martha lanel. 55 

Carroll. Patricia Eileen. 64 

Carson, Barbara Ellen. 64 

Carson. Carol Frances, 73 

Carson. Roger Leonard. 73 

Carson. Tim Allen, 64 

Carter, David Eugene, 200 

Carter, Deanne, 28 

Carter, loe Donald. 64 

Carter. Lloyd. 28 

Carter. Mary Constance. 73 

Carter, Thomas Denison, 28 174, 199 

Carver, lackie Farrell. 234, 268 

Carver, Lyia Cheryl, 7! 

Gary Cynthia Ann, 73 

Casey, johnny Wayne, 55 

Casey, Pamela lean, 158, 188 

Casey, Rebecca Cook. 64 

Casha. Diane Theresa. 73 

Cashion. Kerry Leslie. 28 

Casper Dennis. 192 

Casteel. Beverly Ann. 73. 281 

Gate. Linda Sue. 65. 158 

Gates. Aldon Marlene. 73 

Cathcarl. lanice Louise. 73 

Cathev. Donald Wilson. 28. 156 

Cathev. Linda Faye. 73 

Cathev. Peggy Mane. 28. 172 

Cathev. Roger Curtis, 65 

Caudle. Dallas Green. )r . 192 

Centimole Stephen Anthony. 55 

Chadwell. Robert Steven. 65 

Chambers. Michael Steven. 226 

Chambers. Mitchell Eddy. 267 

Champion, Ardie Richard, 28 

Chance, Ivey, 17 

Chance, Michael Ray, 285 

Chapman, Dennis Howard 28 

Chapman Nancy Ellen, 55, 187 

Chapman, Patricia lean, 28 

Chapman William Massey, 292 

Chappell, Edward Webb, Ir . 28, 195 

Chappell, Thomas Hyde, 199 

Chase Allen Barnard. 55 

Chattin. lanel. 73, 282 

Challin Marilyn, 65, 282 

Chauncev Brenda Mae, 73 

Cheatham, Paul Wayne, 28, 173, 287 

Cheatham, William Albert, 168 

CHEMISTRY CLUB, 271 

Chenard, Roger Gerard. 28 

Cherry Anna, 290 

Cherry, Kelly Duke, 28 

Chern/, Travis Vance. 73 

Chesnutt. lohn Lee. 28 

Chester, leannie Ranelle. 55 

CHI ALPHA PI. 192-3 

CHI OMEGA. 186-7 

Child, lulie Ann, 73 

Chisholm, Mary lean, 55. 158. 262 

Chism. Donna lean. 55. 263 

Chouinard. Paul Leo, 148 

Chnelzberg, lames. III, 73, 271 

Chrtsman, Gary Wayne, 234 

Christie, Sharon Paulettle, 65 

Chnstie, William Donald, 53 

Chumbley, Connie lean, 55 

Chumley, Tony Wayne, 28, 170 

CHURCH OF CHRIST, 290 

CIRCLE K, 266, 267 

Clardy, Emma lo, 55 

Clark, Carolyn Lee. 55. 290 

Clark. Carolyn Sue. 65. 158. 263. 288 

Clark. Gary Foster. 55. 170 

Clark. Iimmy Ward. 65 

Clark. Linda Cheryl. 73 

Clark. Margaret Ann. 73 

Clark. Patricia Ann. 188 

Clark. Roger Wilburn. 65 

Clary. Betty lo. 65 

Clary. William Clarence. Ir . 261 

Clayborne. Eddy Phillip, 65 

Clayton Laura Keeble, 55 

Clayton, Patricia Ruth, 28, 164, 183, 176 

Clegg, Frank Bernard. 247 

Clements. Dale Bruce. 73 

Clemmer. Mary Catherine, 29, 162, 176 

Glen, Dening, lames Scott, 73 

Clenard, Roger 195 

Cleveland, Donald Lewis, 285 

Cleveland lay Philip, |r , 55 

Cliburn, Treva Dianne 55 

Clinard, lohn Wayne, 148, 199 

Clinard, Mariorie Ann. 73 

Cline. Nathan Reuben. 55 

Clinton. George Stanley. |r . 284 

Clonls. Linda Maureen. 55. 288 

Cobb, lames Boyd. 73 



Cochran. Francis Derald, 55. 200. 218. 221. 288 

Cockerham. lames Walter. 1% 

Coe. Harold Allison, 168 

Coffman, Deborah Sue, 65 

Coggins, Allen Reese, 29 

Cohan, Linda Lee. 65 

Colby. Sue. 184 

Cole. Rhea. 251 

Colebrooke. Catherine Sue, 73 

Colebrooke, Flora Gail, 29, 146, 160, 169. 191. 247 

Coleman. Barry Dale. 55 

Coleman. Donald Reese, 65 

Coleman. Noel Voyett. |r . 29 

Coleman. Paul Anthony, 73. 261 

COLLAGE. 251 

Colley. Sue Evelyn, 65 

Collins, Billy Wayne, 73 

Collins, Linda Greer, 55 

Collins, Palncia Gayle, 29 

Collins, Sherry Lynn, 55. 150 279 

Collins, Walter Hines, 55 

Colquit, David Steven. 204 

Colyar. Allan Lane. 29 

Comer. Barbara Sue, 29, 158 262 

Complon, lames Michael, 29 

CONCERT CHOIR, 257 

Condra, Roger Dale, 200 

Conger, Danny Kenneth, 73 

Connell, Allen, 15 

Conway, Angela linx, 65, 263, 282 

Conyers, ludy Ellen, 183 

Cook, Howard Glynne, 29 

Cook, Phillip Brian, 73 

Cook, Robert Lynn, 217, 243, 246, 267 

Cook, William Edward, 170 

Cook William Miles, 29 

Cooke, Robert David, 65, 266 

Cooper, lohn Kennelh, 29' 

Cooper, Mary Lee, 73 

Copeland, Claudia Ruth, 65, 268 

Coppedge, lov Phifer, 29, 174 

Coppmger, loe Dee, 29 

Coppy, Lary Alvin, 73 

Cordell, Barry Ravmone, 65 

Cordell, lohn W 29, 284 

Corlew, Dr Robert E , 20 

Corley, letfrey, Thomas, 55 

Cornar, lohn. 29 

Comes. William Buchner. 29. 145. 266. 267 

Cornett David Collins. 29, 181, 192 
Cornell, Charles Lewis, Ir , 73 
Corritore, Danell Rogers, 65 
Conner, Nora Donna, 55 

Cothern, William Michael, 29 

Cothron, Randall William I , 171 

Coulter, Path Willean, 55, 29, 274 

Counts Earl Martin, |r , 29 

Counts, Samuel Harrison, 29 

Covington, Dan Allen, 19 

Covington, Dr lames, 14, 275 

Covington, Melvin Wayne, 290 

Covington, Stephen Alan, 74 

Cowan, Billy loe, 55, 156 

Cowan, lohn Thomas, 29, 157 

Cowan, Michael Leiand, 204, 268 

Cowan, Shirley Edna, 65, 158 

Cox, Donna C Hackett, 29 

Cox, Dons Ann, 65 

Cox, lames Howard, 29 

Cox, lesse Warren. 74 

Cox, lohn Durham, 55 

Cox, Margaret Lee, 155, 281 

Cox, Neal Lynn, 74 

Cox, Patrick Clayton, |r , 29, 278 285 

Crabtree, Mane Wilburn, 55 

Crabtree, Paul Hampton, Ir, 55 

Craddock, Betty Sue. 75. 288 

Graft. Rocky Thomas. 29. 168, 281 

Grafton, losie Elizabeth, 261 

Craig, William Smith, Ir , 29 

Craighead, Ralph Glynn. 171 

Creswell, ludilh A Turner. 55. 262, 275 

Crick, lames William, 56 

Crick, Steven Ray, 65 

Cnppen, Gene Edward. 218. 225 

Crockett, lenniier Kay. 29 

Crockett. Mary Lou. 74 

Crouch. Rebecca Ann. 65 

Crouch. Vivian Dee. 29. 183 

Crowder. lanet Lynn. 29. 100. 191 

Crowe. Lloyd Eugene. 56 

Crowell. Allen Dale. 29 

Crowell. lovce Ann. 172 

Crowell Martha Marilyn. 74 

Crownover. lackie Mae. 151. 253 

Cruikshank. Martha Ann. 29 

Crulcher. Mary Pamela. 241 

Crulchfield. Larry Wayne. 30 148 

Crye. Luther Leall. |r. 56, 148, 199 

C U B B , 285 

Culbrealh, Georgia Carol. 184 

CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN. 286 

Cummings. Roberta Lee. 30 56. 262, 274 

Cunningham, Charles Eugene, 30, 192 

Cunningham Dr Firman, 13 

Cunningham lames, 71 

Cunningham lohn Edward, 36, 157, 171 

Cunningham, Robert Prince, 56 

Cunningham, Ruth, 30 

Curleym Mary |o, 56 

Currev, Edmond Allen, |r , 65 

Curry, lennifer lo , 158, 187 

Curt, Alan Herman, 272 



Dacrell. Kenneth, 74 

Dacus, Ronald Lee, 204 

Dahlgren, Charles Hanson, 30, 226, 227, 229, 267 

Dale, Charles Nelson, |r , 30, 195 

Dale, Sherry, Maunne, 30 

Daniel, Charles Robert, 204, 211, 234 

Daniel, Elizabeth .^nn, 184, 278 

Daniel, limmv Michael, 74, 1% 

Daniel, Martha Lynne, 55 

Daniel, Thomas Michael, 56 

Daiden, Glenn Howard, 30 

Darrell, lulius Kenneth, 264 

Dasch, Cynthia Sue, 74, 261 

Davenport, Billy Dudley, |r,, 74 

Davenport, Fay Elaine, 65 

Davenport, George, 290 

Davenport, lames Henry, 74 

Davenport, Mickey Ralph, 74 

Daves, Donna lean, 74 

Davidson, Mattie Emma N , 30 

Davidson, Phil Leon, 30, 158 

Davies, Lane Hunt, 284 

Davis, Connie Mae, 290 

Davis, Glenn Burton. 30, 168 

Davis, lanet Andrea, 30 

Davis, leflerson, Bradley, 19 

Davis, lerry Douglas, 56 

Davis, limmy Milton, 30 

Davis, loyce Kaye. 56 

Davis, Martha Loraine. 30 

Davis, Peggy Sue, 65. 187 

Davis, Sandra Lee, 56 

Davis, William Malcolm, 30 

DeGeorge, Vincent Angelo, 65 

DeLong, David Rainey, 30 

DeMunck, Glenn C , 56 

Deal, Barbara Gladys, 74 

Deal, Vicki Lee, 65 

Dean, Craig LaVon, 74 

Dean Glena lean, 152, 284 

Dean, Howard Perry, |r , 74 

Dean, lohn Wiley, 56 

Dean, Pamela Lynne, 30 

Dearing, David Morris, 65, 265 

Deaton, David Kenneth, 30 

Deaver, lame Lynn. 188. 201 

DEBATE SQUAD. 264 

Deck. Patricia Diann. 65 

Decklemann. Linda Mane. 74 

Dedman. Patricia Apple. 191 

Delk, Kenneth Larry. 56 

Delk. Patricia. 65. 158, 278 

DELTA MUDELTA. 154 

DELTA OMICRON. 155 

DELTA TAU ALPHA. 156 

DELTA ZETA 108-9Delvin. Barbara Ann. 65 

Delvin. Clyde Henry. III. 30. 298 

Demetros. Regina Ann. 56. 180. 186. 244. 247 

Dement. Kelley. 15 

Dempsey. Helen Frances. 187 

Dennis. Travis Ray. 225 

Denniston. Terry Lee. 56. 183. 243 

Denny. Gloria Dean. 30. 184 

Dent. Danny Frank. 299 

DePriesl. Peggy Dianne. 74 

Deiryberry. lanice Darlene. 30. 150 176 

Deweese. Sue Carol. 74 

Dickens. Barbara Fay. 65 

Dickerson. Sherry Teresa. 65 

Dickinson. Edward Kent. 289 

Dieckman. Dana Martin. 56. 171 

DIE DEUTCHEN KAMARADEN. 279 

Dismukes, Anna Louise, 30. 160. 187 

Dismukes Granville Sumner. 199 

Dismukes. leflrey Smith. 199 

Dixon. Evelyn Faye. 30 

Dixon. Richard Lee. 30 

Dixon. Suellen. 30. 160. 172. 176 

Docker,', Dianne Elaine, 74 

Dodson, Delotes lune, 74 

Dodson, Donald Ray, 30 

Dolhnger, Connie Mane, 74 

Dollins, Robert Btowm, 30 

Domeck, Michael Alexander, 258, 199 

Donald, Brenda Gae, 65 

Donegan, George Michael, 30, 157, 298 

Donnell, Cynthia Louise. 183 

Donnell. Lucie Gay. 74 

Dorman. lenan. 284 

Dorris. |oy Diann. 30. 280 

Dorris. Nancy Lynn. 55 

Dorris. Robert Reynold. 65 

Dotson. Roger Dwight. 65 

Dolson. Roger Howell. 74 

Doublet. Bernard lesse. 74 

Douglas, luha Atlene. 30. 191 

Douglas. Kalhy Paulelte. 65. 183 

Douglas, Linda Anne, 65 

Douglas, Rodema Faye, 30, 153, 163. 184. 290 

Dowell. Nancy Ann. 31. 158. 172 

Doziet. lanice Lynn. 74 

Drake. Sandra D Barnes. 31. 172 

Drane. Bonnie Annette. 31 

Draper. Carol Louise. 74 

Draper. Gary Hill. 204. 268 

Draughon. Wanda Louise. 74. 288 

Drawdy. Laura Kay, 65 

Drayton, lames Bradley. 31, 148 

Dreaden. ludith Wright. 65 



Drew, lames P . 225 

Drivas. Harry. 19. 205 

Driver. Martha Earlene. 74. 133. 247 

Driver. Spencer Wood. 31 

Drolsum. Larry Dewayne. 276 

Drolsum. Meridy Bracey. 280 

Drve, Lillian Catherine, 56, 288 

DuRard, lamie Kestner, 31 

DuVall, Glyn Douglas, 74 

Ducket, lanice Elaine, 160, 174, 176, 285, 287 

Duckei loan Eileen, 74 

Ducker, Paul, 287 

Dudnev, ludith Anne, 31 

Duggin, Belte Marsha, 74 

Dugfiin, lames Thomas, 31 

Duke Brenda Gayle, 65 

Duke, David McLean, 56, 288 

Duke, lulia Christie, 74 

Duke, Lyndal Elvin, 74 

Duke, Patricia Ann, 74 

Duke, Wilma Faye, 55, 290 

Duncan, Mary il, 90, 158, 177, 186, 243, 245, 262 

Duncan Richard Eugene, !1, 158 

Dunlap, Barbara Lynn, 53 

Dunlap, Linda Parlain. 31. 160 

Dunn. Diane Rosalie. 74 

Dunn, lames Douglas. 65 

Dunn, lames Mar. 204. 268 

Dunn, lerry Ray. 199 

Dunsmore. Patrick lean. 65 

Durbin. Robert Bruce. 195 

Duszynski. Linda Romaine. 153 

Duvall. David Wayne. 204. 258 

Dvce. lohn Michael. 158 

Dye. William Burton. 31 

Dyer Clarence Edgar 56 

E 

Fades. Anna Claire. 31 

Eadler. Robert Paul. 31. 145. 276. 286 

Eagle. Francis Stephen. 284 

Lakes. Sharon Dale. 74 

Ealy. Kenneth. Doyle. 31. 148 

Earhearl. loel Lvnn. 275 

Earle. Iimmy. 218. 225. 234 

Earls. Arthur Cleveland. II. 31. 171. 195 

Eastman. Loren Stark Steph. 65 

Eatherlv. Barbara lill. 56 

Eaton. Bennie Lavera. 74 

Eaves Nila Ronnelle, 55 

Edde, Mary leraline, 55 

Eddlemon, lame Ruth, 65 

Edens, Bobby Wayne, 31, 204, 205 

Edmonds, Steven Kent, 31 

Edmondson, Betsy Mane, 55 

Edslrom, Eric Wayne, 74 

Edwards, Bessie Gayle, 74 

Edwards, Buck, 226, 228 

Edwards, Dawn Fairfield, 55 

Edwards, Elizabeth Irene, 74 

Edwards, Eric Harold, 31 

Edwards, Gwendolyn Faye, 74 

Edwards, Marcia Lee, 55, 274 

Edwards, Norman Taylor, 204, 208, 21 1 

Edwards, Samuel Hollis, 74 

Eiselstein, Thomas Michael, 31, 234 

EL CIRCULO ESPANOL 278 

Eldridge Clyde Thomas 31 

Elkins, lanice Annette, 65 

Ellingboe, Claudia Sue, 55 

Elliott, Bobby Lee, 55, 276 

Ellis. Powell Tim. 31. 148 

Ellis. Sharon Sue. 290 

Elmore. Brenda lune. 158. 160. 262. 286 

EIrod. Dan Hare. 193 

EIrod, Gary Wavne, 234 

EIrod, Mallory Ollingei, 31 

Emerson David Neill, 31, 195 

Emery, Ma|or Glen, 289 

Emerick, Stephen Glen, 65, 199 

England, Karen Lee, 55 

English, Dwight Forrest, 56 

English, William loseph, 31 

Ensley, Marilyn lane, 31, 147, 158, 160, 177 

Ensor Wanda Elaine, 254 

EPSILON PI TAU, 157 

Ervin, Mary Alice, 74 

Ervm, Rebecca Tidwell, 65 

Ervin, Sarah lane, 55, 263, 282 

Erwin, Betty Diane, 65 

Esa, David loe, 74 

Escue. Belinds Gayle, 75 

Escue, Rosemary, 114, 137. 158. 180. 184. 190. 245. 

266 

Eskew. lames Franklin. 75 

Eslick. Wayne Lee. 75 

Esles. Charles E . 275 

Eudailey. Evelyn loy. 288 

Evans. Beverly loyce. 65 

Evans. Frank Doyle. 31. 156 

Evans, lohn Whitney, III, 19 

Evans, lohnnie Beth, 75 

Evans, Kennon Dale, 56, 257 

Evans, Roy, 216 

Evans, Stanlev Martin. 75. 234 



Farmer. Roy Hicks. 75 
Farmer. William Terry. 75 
Farnsworth, Martha lane, 250 
Farrar Lauralyn, 75 
Farrar, Mary Carol, 55 
Farrellv, Gerald, Paul, 56 
Earns Shirley Frances, 65 
Fathera, Howard Chris, 75 
Faulkner, Nanette, 243 
Fedak, Andrew lohn, |r , 55 
Fedak, Michael Luther, 75 
Felker, Sandra loy, 32. 150. 162. 177 
Felton. Peggie lo. 75 
Ferguson. Drena loy. 75 
Ferrell. Barbara Lee. 65, 187 
Ferrell. Deborah Lynn, 65, 187 
Ferrell, Mary Kalherine, 32, 290 
Ferrell, Ronald Clifford, 32. 195 
Finch. William Doyle. 65 
Finchum. Harold Dan. 195 
Fink. Thomas Wilson. 75 
Finney Carolyn Zella. 65, 278 
Firtion. Arthur Lyman. 65. 271 
Firtion. Rene Ann. 65 
Fisher. Alice leweline. 75 
Fisher, Alton. Selton. |r . 32 
Fisher. Glenn Houston. 75 
Fisher, lanet Morgan, 32, 160 
Fisher, Lynda lean, 75 
Fisher, Roger Dale, 218 
Fisher, William Randall, 56, 1% 
Fife, Betty Carol, 145, 150, 177 
File lohn Dale, 32, 200 
Fitzgerald, lames Albert, 32. 171 
Fitzgerald. Vivian Lisette, 75 



296 



, Ste 



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Fair George Keith, 65 
Fann, Barbara lean, 65 
Fanning, lanice Mane, 65 
Earless, Ervin Leard, |r , 55 



Flanagan, Michael Smith. 75 

Flatt. Leamon. 290 

Fletcher, Nancy Margaret, 55 163 

Flood, Patricia Louise, 32, 252 

Flower, Charles Wesley. |r . 276 

Flowers. Bobby Eugene. 32 

Floyd. Alan Lynn. 32. 192 

Floyd. Charles Gordon. 56 

Floyd, Lois Kay. 65 

Floyd, Patricia, 32 

Floyd, Priscilla Helen, 280 

Fly, Anita S Carr, 32 

Fly, lerre Moore, 155, 195 

Fly, Nancy Louise, 66, 282 

Flynn, Mary, 280 

Flynn, Thomas Wayne, 200 

Flynn, Tom Kay, 32, 279 

Foley, Rita Carol Dunham, 56 

Folk, lames lasper, 24, 32, 155, 287 

Folkner, ludith Ann, 75 

Ford, George Christopher, 56 

Ford, lohn Alvin, 56 

Forde, Anne Deery, 55, 158 160, 177, 274 

Forehand, Bonnie lo, 75 

Forgey, Edward Lee, 57 

Formosa, Mary Ruth, 32 

Forsvihe, Robert Warren, 284 

Forsyihe, Samuel Harold, 75 

Fortune, Peggy Orr, 32, 159 

Foster, Connie Lynn, 32, 280 

Foster. Edward Prince. 295 

Foster, ludy Gale, 75 

Foster. Ralph Rozar. 32 

Fouss, Don. 11 

Foust. Deborah Mane. 75 

Foust. Linda Gail. 65 

Foutch, Myrtle Lou, 284 

Foots, Constance Anne, 158 

Fowler, Karen, 271 

Fowles, loe Franklin, Ir , 57 

Fox, Charlie, III, 32, 155 

Fox, Edwin Andrew, |r , 65 

Fox, lohn Henry, 57 

Fox, ludith Mane, 66, 159 

Fox, Patricia Lou, 65 

Fox, Paulette Mane, 66, 255, 265 

Fox, Sonya loan. 57 

Fragasse. Rebecca Ann. 75 

Francis. Billy Burton. 32 

Franklin, lames Isaac. 32. 204. 258 

Franklin. Rebecca lane. 150. 191. 177 

Franklin. Theodore Charles. 199 

Franks. Herman Glen. 56 

Frazier, Beverly Gail. 66 

Frazier. Bruce Edward. 75 

Frazier. Peggy Lynn. 75 

Frazier. Robert A , 32. 199 

Free, lames Carlton. 32.90, 102, 140, 145, 159, 174, 

1%, 242, 243, 244, 257 

Freeman, Bobby Noble, 19 

Freeman, Ernie K , 57 

Freeman, Gary Thomas, 66 

Freeman, George Lawrence I , 57, 152 

Freeman, Terrence Lee, 32. 174 

Freeman, Wallace Lindy, |r , 66 

Freemon Vivian Pamela, 32 

Freeze Deborah Ann, 66 

Frensley, Michael Wayne, 32 

Friel, Marcia Dianne, 75 

Frizzell, Adeline Smith. 32 

Frost. Donna Louise. 32. 162 

Fryar, Robert Weldon. 32 

Erve, Wanda Byers, 33 

FugitI, Fred, 19 

Fuller, Charles, Wendell, |r, 33 230, 231 

Fuller, Steven Craig, 75 

Fulmer, Nancy Arnold. 33 



Fults. larrett Virginia. 75. 255. 276 
Fuqua. Sherry Dell. 33. 159 
Furedy Charles Gary. 195 
Fusse. Susan Lea. 75 

G 

C Fellers. Gary Wayne. 281 

Gailher. Douglas H . 57. 288 

Gallaher, Donna Hughes, 33 

Galloway, Roger Fowler, 166 

Gamble, lames Nelson, 57 

Gamble Shirley Lynn, 288 

GAMMA BETA PHI, 158-7 

GAMMA EPSILON, 275 

Gammon, limmie Lonn, 75 

Gann, Curtis Howard, 33 

Gannon, lohn Michael. 192. 1% 

Cannon. Linda Diane. 245. 183 

Cannon. Ronnie Boyd. 75. 288 

Cannon. William Lawrence I., 33 

Canstine. Rosella Maria. 136 

Gardner. Phillip Ray. 226. 227. 228 

Gardner. Richard Van. 195 

Garner, lames William. |r . 33. 154. 174. 1%. 247 

Garner. Iimmy Ray. 173 

Garner. Lee William. 290Garrett Donald Timothy. 

33 

Garrett Larry Hams. 56 

Garrison. Powell Dunbar, II. 192 

Garvin. Mava R Shelton. 33 

Caskins. Sharon Gale. 65 

Gass. Billie Ruth. 75 

Gates. Ann Elizabeth, 66 

Gatlin. Robert Leonard. 204 

Geeling. Linda Curtis, 57 

Geldbaugh, loseph Thomas, 33 

Gentry, Barbara Lynne, 33, 1177. 186. 187 

Gentry. Kenneth Lloyd. 75 

Gentry. Linda Carol. 33 

George. Carry Leonard. 57. 164. 166. 1% 

George, lames Michael. 53. 57. 1%. 267 

George, Thomas Wavne, 33 

German, Stanlev Thomas, 152, 168, 284 

Gerrilsen, Laura lune, 65 

Ghibaudy, lohn loseph |r , 33 

Gibson, Angeline, 33 

Gibson, David Carl, 218 

Gilbert, Stephen Carl, 66, 168 

Giles, Michael Brannon, 195 

Gill, Ricky Edward, 75 

Cillem, William Lawrence, 57 

Gillespie, George Clifford, 1%, 243, 244 

Gillespie, lerry Wayne, 66 

Gillespie, Wanda Faye, 75 

Gilley, lames Andrew, 33, 154, 285 

Gilliam, Carl lohnson, 66 

Gilham, Deborah Lynne, 75 

Gilliam, Larny, 244 

Gilliam, Maria Candida, 57 

Gilliam, Reba lane, 33 

Gilliland, Linda Sue, 183 

Gilmer, Ronald Keith, 33 

Cilmore, lames Brittan, 33. 200 

Gilpin, lohn Franklin, 152, 284 

Cipson, Pearl Elizabeth, 65, 188 

Gist, lames, 15 

Civan, Kenneth Wade, 33 

Class, Donna Gail, 184 

Cleason, Daniel Patrick, II, 66 

Glover, May. 285 

Goad. Kenneth Michael. 75 

Godbold. Nancy Marie. 262. 272 

Godsey. Mary loyce. 57 

Goff. Donald Gary. 33. 199. 292 

Coforth, Eugene Michael, 1%. 254 

Geldbaugh. loseph. 171 

Gonce. Charles Mansel. 255. 252. 265. 284. 288 

Gonce. Richard I . 288 

Goodman, lames Parker. 156 

Goodpaster. Betty Cordon. 57 

Goolsby, Rebecca lo, 75 



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Cordon, Barton lennings, 55, 195, 217, 246, 247, 267 

Gordon, Stephen Parker, 33 

Gordy, Earl Frank, 57 

Gorman, Capt lames B , 17, 1% 

Goss, Charles Edward, 56, 288 

Gourtey, loe Anderson Ir , 33 

Cowin, Marion Arlene, 284 

Grace, Wayne, 33 

Gracy, Matti Lee, 14 

Graham, Richard Douglas, 245 

Graham, William Robert |r , 33, 172 

Grandstaff, Paul, 34 

Grant, Larry Wayne, 33 

Graves, Clifford Donnell I , 234 

Graves, Connie Marie, 66> 

Graves, Stephen Lee, 193, 192 

Graves, Thomas Allen, 171, 195 

Cray, Carolyn lean, 33, 159 

Gray, Carolyn loyce, 56, 288 

Green, Ann Russell. 33 

Green. Nancy Deanne. 75 

Green. Pamela. 66. 278 

Green. Sara Moore. 57 

Greene. Ooge Milton. 57. 275 

Greene. Nancv Michael L . 268 

Greene. Susan. 75 

Creenough. Rowena Rand. 66. 159 

Greenwood. Randy Ronald. 65. 196 

Greer. Lee Martin. 169. 264. 265 

Gregg, lohnsie Carol, 159 

Gregory, Betty Rose, 33, 191 

Gregory, Charlotte Ann. 75 



Gregory. Regena Dianne. 33. 174 

Crenz. Norila lane. 34. 271. 279 

Griffin. Palricia Ann. 75 

Griffin. Susan Evelyn. 75 

Griffith. Elizabeth France. 57 

Griffith. Emma Lois. 66 

Griffith, lames Kenward. 75 

Gritlith, Mary Eleanor. 66 

Griffith, Ruby lovce. 75 

Griffith. William Porter I . 204 

Grigg. lohnsie Carol. 57 

Grime, ludith Ann. 66 

Grimes, lohn William. 33. 234. 268 

Gnmes Ronald Alfred. 34. 192 

Grisson, loe Lynn. 34 

Gnzzard, Ronald Gary, 195 

Grugg. lohnsie Carol. 153 

Cuffey. Linda Carol. 75 

Gull. Linda Gail 57 

Gunnell. Donna Gale. 57 

Gunler. Ronald Wayne, 34 

Guntherberg. Alfred loseph, 34 195. 267 

Gurkin. Debra Kay, 75 

Gustwick. Gerald Frank 34 168 

Guy, Paul Prestly 234 

H 

Hackell. Margaret, 34 

Hackney, lohn Alvis, 66 

Hackman. Robert. 14 

Hackworth Charles lames 34 

Haddad. Sahib Al. 34 

Haddock, lames Michael, 34, 199 

Hagan, Norma lean, 75 

Hager. lohn Lawton, 34, 192, 298 

Hagerman, Bonnie Sue, 66 

Hagerman, Cynthia Ann, 57, 155 

Hagwood, Douglas Edward, 57 

Haisten Hennie Louise, 66, 188 

Halcomb Cecil Monroe, 196 

Hale Barbara lean, 57 

Hale. Carrol Elaine. 75 

Hale, lames Hans 34 

Hale, Laurel Lynne. 160, 172 

Hale. Nancy Ellen. 34 

Hale. Vanita Mane, 75 

Haley, lozada, 57 

Halfacre, Noah, Everette, 34 

Halim. Isam Fadl. 75. 277 

Hall, Alan Perry, 66 

Hall, Carol Virginia, 75, 185. 185 

Hall. Carolyn Leone. 150 

Hall. Deborah Lynne. 75 

Hall. Gary Armor. 267 

Hall. Harold Terry. 57. 159. 271 

Hall, lames Austin, 34 

Hall, lonathan Marcus, 171 Hall Kathleen Mane, 66 

Hall. Linda Sue 34 150 

Hall Marvin George. 66 

Hallum. Russell F. 75 

Hamilton, Paul Lewis. 34 

Hammond. Linden Edward. 75. 276 

Hammond. Nancy Elizabeth. 75 

Hammons. Alva Cordell. 66 

Hammons, Carl Ardell. 66 

Hamner. Finer McCreary. 19 

Hampton. Harry Glenn. 34 

Hampton. Martha, 12. 180 

Hamrick. Addie lane. 75 

Hanberry. Larry Neil. 34 

Hancock. Carlos Dwight. 156. 171 

Hancock. Heather. 66 

Hancock. William Edgar 34 

Hane. Bernadette Mary 66 

Hankins. Nancy Lee, 183 

Hannah, Butch 288 

Hannah, Carol Cameron, 34. 153. 160. 177 

Hannah. Charles David. 75 

Hannah, lane Norris. 34. 160 177 

Hannah, lerry Thomas. 34 

Hannah, Mack Lebron, 57 

Hannah, Susan lanel, 75 

Hans. Louis Ksrl. Ir , 34, 192 

Hanson, Susan, 187 

Hanvv Donna Evonne, 255 

Harbin, David Lee. 284 

Harbison. Ridgley Kent 196 

Hardaway. Roger Dale, 66 

Hardaway, Ronald Logan, I4H, 247, 272 

Hardin, Margaret Ruth. 75. 268 

Hardin. Pamela Kay. 75 

Harding. Don Barry. 57 

Hardison. Bonnie Elizabeth. 66 

Hardison Roger Cleveland, 66 

Hardison, Sharon Kay, 282 

Hardison, Stanley Ira, 34 

Hardy, Donna faye. 75, 284 

Hardy, Randall Keith. 34 

Harlan. Vicki Glynn. 75 

Harlev. Birginia Anne. 34. 159 

Harmon. Ronald Reed, 75. 290 

Harper. Betty Snell. 34. 172 

Harper. Charles Young. 34 

Harper. Constance Ann. 75 

Harper Philip Neil. 281 289 

Harrell, lohn Michael, 14 

Harriman, Patricia F Hunte. 34. 159. 172 

Harris. Claudia Anne. 137 

Harris. Connie Marie. 66 

Harris. Glenn Andrew, 35 

Harris, Hunter Choale. 204. 205 

Harris, loe Donald. 35 148 

Harris, Leslie Irene. 280 

Harris. Newton Molloy. 171 



Harris. Peggy Carolyn. 57 

Hams. Warren Sanford Ir , 75 

Harrison. David Latimer. 35 

Harrison. Elmer lacky. 66 

Harrison, lohn Harvey. 163 

Hart. Charles Randell. 75 

Hart. Georgeann. 75 

Hart, lohn Badger. Ir . 200 

Harlman. Beverly Ann. 75 

Hartman Linda Sue, 66. 189. 188 

Harlman. Paul Wayne. 35 

Harvey. Iimmy Hugh. 205 

Harville. Gary Don. 35. 174. 262. 275 

Haskins. Melinda Eleanor, 57 

Hastings, DennyNorvill. 35. 192. 267. 285 

Haston, Rebecca Sue. 57. 103 

Hathcock. Cynthia Curl. 35 

Hayes, Barbara Ann. 66Hayes Brenda 198 

Hayes, Dean, 226 

Haves. Deborah Kay. 75 

Hayes, lack Allen. 57 

Haves, loe Black 205 

Hayes, lohn Tichard. 75 

Hayes, Larry Cothran. 204. 267 

Hayes. Rodney lames. 204 

Hayes. Thomas Wayne, 171 

Hayes, Yvonne, 271 

Haynes, Hugh Franklin, 75 

Haynes William Houston, 75 

Hays Ronnie Dale, 35 

Hazelinski Bob 279 

Head, Barbara Ann, 177. 290 

Head, Gerald Lyman. 196 

Head, Steven Earl. 199. 232. 233 

Healy, Catherine, 75 

Hearon. Rebecca Ann. 75 

Heath, ludy Gail, 75 

Heatherly, lohn Arthur |r, 234 

Heflinglon, Patrick Carson, 278 

Heflin, Vicki Ann, 75 

Hege, Sharon llene, 66 

Heithcock, Deborah lane. 35. 183 

Helberg. Nancy Daniel. 35, 90, 1659, 160, 177, 187, 

243 

Heller, Brenda. 255 

Heller. Susan Alice, 57 

Helton. Carolyn lean. 57 

Helton. Roy Thomas. 299 

Henderson, ludith. 57. 159 

Hendlev. Larry Thomas, 57 

Hendley. Linda Stofel, 35 

Hendon, Monty Maran, 66, 75 

Hendrikson, Richard Lee. 199 

Hendrix, Luther Hutson, 75 

Henry. Barbara Diane. 76 

Henry. Teresa Fox. 76 

Henry, William Hugh. 57 

Herb, Nancy Louise, 57. 262 

Herbert, David lunior, 55. 199. 274, 275 

Herbert. Nelda F lones. 35 

Herbert, Sandy. 275 

Heriges. Dorothy lune. 274 

Hermsdorfer. left Michael. 35 

Herron. Mildred Earl, 66 

Herron. Paul Cox. Ir . 35. 196 

Hershman. Linda Keever, 66 

Herzer. William Arno. 35 

Hess. Leon Dean. 181 

Hess. Martha Camille. 57. 160. 77. 280. 275 

Hester. Betty lune. 76 

Hester. Patricia Ann. 66, 159, 262 

Hester, Phillip Auburn, 57 

Hewgley, Lefty Suzanne, 35, 177. 191. 245 

Hewitt loy Lynn. 66 

Hibbett. Charles Vernon. 57 

Hibdon, Lilhe Carolyn, 76 

Hice, loel Alan 76 

Hickman, Deborah lane, 66 

Hickman, Eddie Daniel, 57 

Hickman, Frank, 35 

Hickman, Kenneth Howard, 199 

Hicks, Michael Leon, 15, 200 

Hicks, Phil Thomas, 66, 195 

Hicks, Randall Louis, 67 

Hicks, Ronald Gary, 67 

Hicks, Wendall 35 

Higdon, Norns Bruce, 76 

Higgins loe Wiley, |r, 57 

Highers, Stephen Howell, 76 

Hill, Catherine Elaine, 67 

Hill Deborah Sue 67, 188 

Hill Vicki Ann 251 

Hillis, Earl Lewis, 67 272 279 

Hilhs William Clifton, 76 

Hinch Annelte, 76 

Hinds Kathleen, 76, 248, 284 

Hines, Ronald Edward, 57 

Hinson, Marion Elaine, 57, 150, 159 

Hinton, Mary Victoria B , 35, 160 

Hinton, Morris Roderick, 35 

Hitchcock, Anna Quilla M , 57 

Hite, Elaine, 282, 285, 287 

Hite, lernita, 35 

Hite, Patricia Diane 35 

Hue, Stella Harvill, 57 

Hixson. Samuel Winton, 76 

Hixson, Steven Paul. 57, 192 

Hoback. Mvrna lean. 35 

Hobbs, Brient Kent. Ir.. 67 

Hobbs. Randall Perry. 76 

Hobson. Marjorie Dennis. 35 

Hockett, Margaret, 285 

Hodge Charles Earl, II, 57 

Hodge, Harmon Elwvn, 196 



Hodges, Pamela Maxine, 76, 247 

Hofman, Dr C A , 20 

Hogan, Timothy lames, 35, 298 

Holder, lames Douglas, 35 

Holland, Carl Wayne, 57 

Holland, lanice Lynn, 58, 187, 262 

Holland, loseph, Preston, 76 

Hollandsworth, Wanda. 58 

Hollis, Allan Ray, Ir , 35, 276 

Hollis, Shirley Ann, 35, 275 

Holloway, Clay Morrow, 35, 232, 268 

Holloway, lacaline Elizabe, 133, 187, 194 

Holman, Ann Lou Hennessee, 282 

Holmes, Mary Angela, 58 

Holmes, Ralph Taylor, 261 

Holt, Barbara loyce, 67 

Holt, Kathryne Anne, 76, 136 

Holt, Laura Lee, 35 

Holt, Malcolm Harold, 58 

Holt, Michael, 35 

Holt, William Michael, 67 

Honey, Lucy Kate, 36, 146, 174, 177, 187 

HOME ECONOMICS CLUB. 282 

Honeycutt. Philip Garland. 76 

Hood, David Murray, 76, 275 

Hood, lohn. 15 

Hood, lo Ann. 76. 281 

Hood. Sandra Ann. 36. 262, 275 

Hooker, lames Larry, 36, 156 

Hooks, Patsy Elaine, 76 

Hooper lanet Lynn, 76 

Hooper, ludy Lynn, 76, 133, 282 

Hooper, Patricia, 58, 159, 262. 290 

Hooten. Patricia Ann. 58. 164, 184. 290 

Hooven. David Craig. 294 

Hoover. Shelia Dianne. 76 

Hope. Edgar Lee, 36 

Hopkins. Carole Lynne, 67 

Hopkins Martha Cally, 67 

Hopkins, Thomas, 19 

Horn, Carol Yvonne, 67, 107 

Home, lohn Rumsey, |r , 36 

Home William Russell, 36 

Horton, Billy Charles, 36 

Horton, Michael Perry, 67, 267, 286 

Hounihan, Harold Raymond. 36 

Howard, Area Ti|uana, 67. 286 

Howard Charles Boyd. 195 

Howard. Philip. 19 

Howard. William. 76. 286 

Howell, lames Phillip. 67 

Howell. Kenneth Cecil, 76 

Howell, Rebecca Agness, 36 

Howland, Wilma lean, 67 

Howse, lerry Lee. 36. 168 

Howse. Phyllis lean. 67 

Howse, Sharon E lohnson. 58 

Huddleston David Milton. 76 

Huddleston, Margaret, 76 

Huddleston, Phillip Lynn, 58 

Hudson, Alice Caroline, 36, 159, 174,265, 276, 285, 

289 

Hudson, lohnny Lee, 168 

Hudson, Terry Bennett, 76 

Hudson, Toney Britton, 36, 166, 195 

Huff Christopher Shawn, 58 

Huff, William Michael, 58 



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Hunt, Geraldene, 36, 282 

Hunt, Keel, 252 

Hunt, Patricia Ruth, 76 

Hunter, Betty Ann, 58, 164, 166, 271, 290 

Hunter, lames William, 36, 156 

Hunter ,Marcia Lynnd, 76 

Hunter Willia, 290 

Hutchinson, Dr Paul, 14 

Hutchinson, Betty lean, 67 

Hutton, Danny Wayne, 36 

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IFC, 179 

Inghs, lames Glenn, 76, 204 

Ingram, Ansel Barry, 171 

Ingram, leanne Carol, 76, 288 

Ingram, Mary Faith, 76 

Ingram. Susan Ladora, 36 

INTERNATIONAL CLUB, 277 

ISC, 178 

Islaub, Deborah Fay, 67 



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Charles Michael. 76, 284 


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Constance Maria, 76 


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Elizabeth Grace, 76. 265 


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lakes, Shery! Anne, 67 
ames, lohn Stephen, 67 
ames, Monte Frank, 36 
ames, Robert Milton. |r., 277 
amison. William Earl. 204, 212 
ared, Shirley Ann, 58. 159, 262 
arnigan, Larry Felton, 58 
arrell, Russell Steven, 58, 275 
arrett, lohn, 284 
larretl, Marvin Neal, 36, 271 
rrett, Mary Chadene, 58, 290 
rvis, lames Richard, 36 
an, Michael Wayne, 58, 2% 
an, Thomas William, 58 
leeter, |im, 275 

ns, Evelyn Cayle, 67 
lenkins, Lydia Ann, 36 
nkins, Marilyn Sue, 76 
nnings, Frank Marvin, 36 
nnings, Gary Lee, 67 
nnings, Harriet Elizabet, 36„ 160 
nnings, lames Thomas, Sr , 36 
nnings, lere lean, 58 
nnings, ludith Armiller, 67, 159, 262, 275 
nnings. Melody Lynn, 262, 282 
nnings, Neal Lee, 76 
rnigan, Charles Patnck, 67 
rnigan, Patncia Lee, 58 
rnigan, Sandra Faye, 67 
rnigan, William D , 36 
leter, lames Richard, 67 
letl, Teresa lean, 76 
lett, Wanda Fay Haynes, 36, 172 
ewell, Charles Thomas, 36, 157 
ewell, Harold, 14 
irlds, Carl Eugene, 58 
lohnke, lean Helen, 58 
lohns, Brenda lean, 36 

i. Dorns Evelyn, 67 
lohns, Clenda lane, 36 
lohns, lames Philip, 36, 145 
ion, Anita Faye, 19 

son, Anila Kay, 37, 132, 143, 164, 177, 190, 191, 
243, 245, 262 

son, Bobby Doyle, 58 
son, Charles Robert, 37 
ion, Douglas William, 37, 157 
lohnson, Elizabeth Ann, 76, 286 
lohnson. Harold Dwain, 58 
ohnson, lanice Gail, 67 
lohnson, lohnny Ray, 37 
lohnson, Kennard Knox, 37 
lohnson, Linda loyce, 53, 58, 180, 191, 275 
ion, Michael Dewayne, 37, 171 
,on, Millard O Neal, 37, 156 
lohnson, Nancy Carol, 37 
lohnson, Peggy Lucille, 76, 247 

»n, Reggie Herman, 76 
lohnson, Ronald Hasson, 268 
lohnson, Terrence Wayne, 76 
lohnston, Kenneth Cordon, 67 
lohnslon, Larry Tailent, 67 
lohnston, Marcia Gail, 76 
lolly, lames Bradley, 58 
lones, Beverly Sue, 76 
,, Carl Clark, 168 
lones, Carol Louise, 37, 191 

,, Carolyn Ann Stuart, 37, 262 
,, Chester Maidel, Ir , 37, 153 
,, David Marcus, 58 
,, Frieda Anne, 67, 100, 107 
,, Herbert C , 20 
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,, lohn Henry, 58 
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?s, Patrick Henr^, 58 
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!S, Robert Ezell, 76 

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?s, Sara Ann, 67 
^5, Stephen, 37 
•i. Susan Diana, 67, 159, 184 
•i, Walter Mitchell, |r , 37 
•i, Wayne Mitchell, 67 
■s, William Dale, 67 
an, Ava Rhea, 56, 290 
on, Barbara Anne, 76, 248 
on. Donna Cayle, 58 
lordan, Linda Sue, 58, 160 
lordan. Mary Alice, 76 

n, Michael Everett, 37 
lordan, Raymond Donald, 76 
isleyn, Stanley Lee, 76 
iwers, Patricia Lee, 156, 261 
loyner, Freddie Bryan, 67 
ludd, Linda Mane, 151, 174, 255, 276, 285 

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lulian, Teena Dianne, 76 
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KamlotI, Wolf, 285. 279 
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Keathly, Dr Belt, 15 
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Keef, Theressa Charlene, 76 
Kellerhals, William Conrad, 288 
Kelley, Charles Floyd. Ill, 37 
Kelley, Emily, 37, 99, 151, 248, 251 
Kelley, James Madison, 37 
Kelley, Nelson Lee, 168 
Kelley, Patrick |oel, 76 
Kelton, lames Frederick, 37, 148 
Kelton, lerald Brown, 37 
Kelton, William Knox, 37 
Kemasingki, Polaphat, 37 
Kemp, Diana Claire, 37, 174 
KempI, ludilh Mane, 58 
Kempt, Kathlrrn A Donahue, 37 
Kendrick, Karen Audrey, 58, 183 
Kennedy, Dorothy Nell, 37 
Kennedy, Sarah Elizabeth, 37, 177, IbO, 177 
Kennedy, William Earl, 204, 275 
Kent, Marshall C |r , 37 
Kernan, Deborah Ann, 188, 189, 284 
Kerr, lane Ward, 67, 107, 247 
Kersey, lohn Clayborne, 37, 174 
Kessinger, Marvin Anthony, 234 
Keylon, Norma lean, 67, 159, 184, 263 
Keyt, Linda Louise, 76 
Keyt, Lloyd Garfield, 63 
Kidd, Carol Ann, 67 
Kilgore, Darryl Wayne, 76 
Kimbrough, Belly lean, 38, 262 
Kimbrough, William Perry, 58 
King, Andrew lackson, 198, 199, 204 
King, Carl )ohn, 38, 171 
King, Carol Ann, 76 
King, Hubert Amzia, III, 38, 148 
King, jerry Wayne, 38, 174 
King, Linda Gail, 76 
King, Marilyn Sue, 76, 247 
King, Moonyene, 280 
King, Richard Darrel, 275, 285 
King, Teddy Ray, 76 
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Kinder, Carl Vance, 67 
Kious, David Wayne, 195 
Kirby, lames Wallace, 38, 195 
Kirby, lerry Wayne, 204 
Kirkman, Robert Edmund, 76 
Kinksey, Dr Howard, 12 
Kirsch, Milton Andrew, 58, 272 
Kite, Kenneth Steven, 58, 200 
Klein, ludy Elaine, 38, 285 
Klinard, Pete, 247 
Knee, Herbert Frank, 67 
Knell, Martha Lea, 76 
Knestrick, David Edwin, 38, 171, 195 
Knight, Donna Gail. 67. 247 
Knight, Mary Margaret, 58 
Knight, Sandra Marcella, 137, 177, 191, 217 
Knowles, Charles David, 148 
Knowles, Kenneth Lee, 284 
Knowles, Linda Elizabeth, 58 
Knowles, Paul Howard, 38 
Knox, Darrell W , 76 
Knox, Donna lean, 76 
Koonce, Marvin Clay, 38, 218 
Koons, David Warren, 288 
Koth, Carole Mae, 275 
Kraft, Art, 232, 233 
Kress, Konnie Kay, 59 
Krouse, Deborah Lynn, 76 
Krouse, Diane Kay, 67 
Kuchta, Peggy Diane, 76 
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Kunce, Susan Irene, 67 
Kurzrock, Kenneth Wayne, 204 
Kyle, lames Brown, 38 
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Lacy. Nancy Karen. 76 
Ladd. Martha Elaine. 38. 160. 177 
lail, Harry Stephen. 59 
Lake. Linda Gail, 277 
Lalance. Robert. 200 
Lamb. Brenda Kay. 59 
Lamb. Clarence Edwin. 38 
Lamb. Robert Floyd. |r . 38, 195 
Lamb, William Floyd, 76 
Lambert, Cathey lune, 76 
Lambert, Susan Cail, 67 
LAMBDA PSI, 198-9 
LAMBDA TAU. 164 
Lamberth, Roger Monroe, 67 
Lampley, Gordon Ray, 76, 261 
Lancaster, Betty |o, 76 
Lancaster, William Gregory, 285 
Lane, David Patterson, 38 
Lane, Glenn Edward, 76 
Lane, Linda, 280 
Langlord. Frances Dowe, 67 
Langley, Priscilla Anne, 76 
Lanham, Evelyn Pearsall, 76 
Lappin, Sandra Gayle, 38, 243. 244 
Larkin, Betty Ruth, 59 
Larkin, David Edwin, 59, 286 
Larkin, Linda Madewell, 38 
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Lee, Robert, 14 

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247 

Leighton. loan Rachel. 38. 160 

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Leppink, Deborah Lynn, 77 

Lester, Stephen Herbert, 67 

Levi, Lester Wright, 77 

Levi, Mary jane, 14 

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Lewis, Charles Bryan, 39, 174 

Lewis, Dean Lowekk, 39 

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Lewis, lames Larry, 38 



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lasseter, Ricky Taylor. 218 
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Lewis. Richard Andrew. 281 

Lewis. Ruth Evelyn. 155 

Lind. lames Steven. 39. 150. 173, 174, 226 

Lindenau, Linda Lee, 67, 263 

Linder, Patricia Anne, 77 

Lindiey, Thompson, 39 

Lindsey, Andrea Sue, 152, 284 

Lindsey, Betty lean, 57, 280 

Lindsey, Richard Glenn, 39, 157, 288 

Lindsey, Vicki Brown, 67 

Liner, William Henry, III, 234, 288 

Linville, ludy Faye, 274 

Linville, Peggy Anne, 39, 272 

Liston, Lonnie Leon, 281 

Litton, lerry Eugene, 67 

Lively, Donna Ruth, 288 

Livesay, loseph Alexander, 196, 243, 265, 267 

Livingston, Carol Sue. 59, 177, 191 

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Lloyd, David, 76 

Locke, Glenda Martin, 39, 160, 177 

Locke, Mary Evelyn, 77 

Locker, Dianne, 67, 282 

Lockhart, Francis Elaine, 39 

Lockridge, Burley Don, 67, 218 

Loftis, Patsy Leigh Robert, 39, 160 

Logan, Herbert Lefon, |r , 39 

Logan, lohn Dixon, 67 

Logue, Mary Gene, 67 

Lollar, Sharon, 285 

Lomax, Howard Gene, 77 

London, Leah Suzanne, 39 

Long, Arthur, |r , 199 

Long, Donna |o, 77 

Long, Ernestine Lois, 67 

Long, lerry Wayne, 261 

Long, ludy Lynn, 39, 275 

Long, Lloyd Raymond, 59 

Long, Mary, 271 

Long, Mary Catherine, 67 

Long, Mary Kathryn, 39 

Long, Thomas Sparrow, |r , 181, 200 

Longmire, |im Walter, 67 

Longmire, lulia Anne, 39 

Longmire, Susan Diane, 39, 191 

Longshore, Mary Elizabeth, 39, 159 

Loomis, Margaret Lois, 77 

Looney, Georgia Sauer, 67, 280 

Looney, Herbert Lynn, 39, 272, 275 

Lorch, Sam Eugene, 225 

LovVorn, Betty Kay, 59, 103 

Love, Holly Ellen, 67 

Lovell, David Edward, 199 

Lovetl, lulie Gail, 67 

Lowe, Dana Martin, 67, 152, 284 

Lowe, Delmet Floyd, 39, 199 

Lowe, Gar/ Lynn, 39, 267 

Lowe, Dr Larry V , 20 

Lowe, Larry Wayne, 67 

Lowry, Alma Kay, 77 

Loyd, Brenda Lee, 39 

Lucas, Ricky Dale, 77 

Lumpkins, Sue lams, 77 

Lundien, Debra Lee, 77, 274 

Luney, Shirley, 39 

Lunsford, Marjorie Lynn, 77 

Lusk, Gladys lanice, 39, 159, 172 

Lusk, Herbert Michael, 67 

Lusky, Lawrence Ernest, 77, 148 

Luther, Sidney Earl, 39 

Lynch, Bobby, 265, 285 

Lynch, Tilden Patrick, 67 

Lyons, Gayle Mane, 71, 244 

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Mabry, Patncia Anita, 77 

Mack, Brenda Lee, 39, 150 107, 174, 177 

Mackey, Nickey Luther, 67 

Mader, Wadene Livingston, 39 

Magee, Harold Ivan, 39, 199 

Maggart, Benny Lane, 163 

Magnet, Thomas loseph, 230 

Magnus, Melanie Ann, 277 

Magruder, lulia Anne, 183 

Mahaffey, Karen lean, 67 

Mahaffey, Ronnie, 77 

Mahon, EIro Stanley, Ir ,39 

Maine, Sharon Lynn, 77 

Maior, lohn Garland, 39, 195 

Maior, Linda Herbolsheimer, 39 

Mallory, Ward lay, 39, 157 

Malone, lames Marion, Ir , 39, 156 

Malone, Linda lean, 67, 159Malone, Phyllis 

Yvonne, 77 

Manone, Richard loseph, II, 39, 200 

Manfredini, Eugene Frederi, 39, 263 

Mangrum, Larry Edwin, 234 

Manley, Fred Glenn, 67 

Manley, Ray Hooper, 40 

Mansfield, lerry Leonard, 40 

Manson, Bonnie Bell, 40 

Manson, lames Edward, 40 

Mansour, Hossein, 40, 277 

Marbet, William Ellis, 204 

Marcom, Edith Irene, 59 

Markus, Larry Glenn, 261 

Marlin, Marvin Douglas, |r , 153 

Marr, Albert Daniel, 267 

Marsh, Rochelle leanette, 77 

Marshall, Donna Wilson, 40 

Marshall, Emily Ann, 67Mar5hall, lohn, 14 

Marshall, Tony Malsolm, 152, 284 

Marston, George Wilson, Ir., 40 

Martin, Barbara Ann, 67, 187 

Martin, Bill Wilson, 40 

Martin, Clarence Anthony, 279 

Martin, Claudia Mane, 67 

Martin, David Vance, 247, 267 

Martin, Elizabeth Ellen, 24, 40, 191, 243 

Martin, Eugene Alvin, |r,, 59 

Martin, Dr lames, 14 

Martin, lanice Kay, 59 

Martin, lohn Kenneth, 68 

Martin, loyce Frances, 289, 276 

Martin, La Wanda Va Linda, 77 

Martin, Mary Taylor, 40 

Martin, Opal Lee, 59 

Martin, Paul Michael, 40, 174 

Martin, RflNfl, 15 

Martin, Richard Keith, 40 

Martin, Dr Robert, 148 

Martin, Robert Eugene, 40, 173 

Martin, Ronnie Dale, 152 

Martin, Sharon Irene, 40, 280 

Marlin, Sherry Kay, 77 

Martin, Vernon Ray, 195 

Martin, Wayne, 192 

Martindale, Marrianne W , 40 

Martins, Manuel, 40 

Masengil, Glenda lean, 77 

Maskewitz, David Charles, 40, 192 

Mason, Allen Odell, 59 

Mason, Glenna Elaine, 77 

Mason, Henen losephine, 40 184 

Mason, Sandra Norvella, 68 

Mason, Stephen Edward, 68 

Masters, Patricia Ann, 59 

Mather, Patricia Ann, 59 

Mathews, Mary Olson, 40 

Mathews, Patricia Ann, 59 

Mathis, Barbara loyce, 40, 187 

Malhis, David Ronald, 40, 151. 252, 255 

Mathis, lerre Ann, 68, 247 

Mathis, Steve, 268 

Mathis, ludy Gray, 68, 263, 282 

Mathis, Theresa Gail, 59, 159, 160 177 

Mathis, William Rickey, 77 

Matthews, Gary Leiand, 251Matthews, Harry T |r 

77 

Matthews, lames Edwatd, 77, 204, 206, 213 

Matthews, lune Carmen Carv, 59 

Matthews, Sue, 104 

Matthews, William Michael, 77 

Maxwell, Alan Carney, 58 

Maxwell, Prilla Faye Watts, 77 

May Sheha Katherine, 77 

Mayberry, Mary Lenona, 201 

Mayfield, Cordon Thomas, 58, 265 

Maynard, limmy Dave, 40 

Maynard, Kenneth Earl, 40, 243, 247, 287 

Maynor, lames David, 40, 171 

Ma^o, lames Edward, 77 

Mayo. Marable Lee, |r , 77, 230 

Mayo, Ronald Howard, 77 
McBride, Dennis lerome, II, 77 
McBride, Margaret Mane, 77, 281, 282 
McBroom, Sharon, Louise, 77 
McCabe, Melinda Ruth, 58 
McCalferty, Donna Lee, 101, 155 
MCCaleb, Mary Carolyn, 68 
McCallie, Marilyn Virginia, 284 
McCamey, Sam A , 225, 226 
McCargo, Bobbie lo, 159, 187, 248 
McCarroll, David Michael, 279 
McCarthy, Claudia Swift, 77 
McCashin, George Eugene, 40, 158 
McCauley, David Richard, 59, 164, 166 



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McClain, Kenneth Maurice, 77 

McClannahan, Karen Gay, 68 

McClanahan, Patncia, 40, 147 

McClanahan, Sharon Kay, 68 

McClanahan, William Gilbe, 158 

McClaran, Linda loyce, 77 

McClarney, Rebecca Sue, 68 

McClean, Robert, 12 

McClean, Sam, 14 

McColgan, Ronnie Comer, 77 

McCollum Bill Price, 77 

McCollum, Larry Richard, 59 

McComas, Betty 21 

McComas, lennifer Allen, 59 

McConnell, Phyllis Elaine, 59, 150 177, 279 

McConnell, Ruby Louise, 77 

McCool, Gloria Estelle, 77 

McCormack, Ronald Lee, 192 

McCrary, Rebecca lune, 68 

McCullough, Claudia Irene, 77 

McDade, Patricia Ann, 40 

McDaniel, ludy Elaine, 77 

McDaris, Anna Louise, 40 

McDonald, Harvey Willis, I ,41, 143, 145, 174, 195, 

243, 245 

McDonald, loe Hardwick, 195, 247 

McDonald, Nancy Williams, 41 

McDowell, hmmie Irene, 77 

McElhaney, Gary Steven, 218, 222 

McElroy, Barbara Lynn, 77 

McEwen, Dianne, 77 

McFarland, Terry Lee, 195 

McFarlane, Ronald David, 77 

McFarlane, William Richar, 77 

McFarlin, Ben Hall, |r , 59, 168, 195, 267 

McFerrin, lane Messer, 41 

McFerrin, Mary Alice, 41 

McCan, lere Arthur, 41 

McGaw, Patricia Branyon, 77 

McGee, David Eldon, 59, 200 

McGee, George Sanford, 59 

McCee, lane, 41, 145, 160, 263 

McCee, Shirley A. Tucker, 59 

McGee, Thomas Howard, 41 

McGehee, Herbert Willard, 1% 

McClohon, lames Hamilton, 59 

McCrath, Arden Smith, 41 

McGrath, Leonard loseph, 41 

McGregor, David Carl, 68 

McGregor, lames Richard, 59, 276 

McGregor, Sara Dean, 68 

McHughes, Paula Ruth, 58, 187, 265 

Mclnturff, ludy Diane, 59, 177 

McKee, limmy Wayne, 68 

McKenzie, Linda Cheryl, 77 

McKnight, lames W |r , 77 

McKnight, Nina Frances, 59 

McKnight, Sylvia loyce, 282 

McKnight, Tommy Shannon, 281 

McLean, Frederick, Newton, 159, 254 

McLeer, Robert Michael, 226, 229 

McLemore, Elizabeth Ann, 58, 159, 280 

McLerran, Anna Ruth, 41, 159, 174 

McLerran, Patricia Gayle, 41, 174 

McMahan, Charlotte Louise, 201 

McMahan, Katherine Ann. 77 

McMahan, Viktoria Angela, 59 

McMahan, Frances Carter, 41, 150 

McMillan, Roger Lee, 41, 271 

McMillan, Ruth Virginia, 172 

McMillom, Ruth, 41 

McMurray, Sam King, III, 68 

MCMurtry, Patricia Ann, 77 

McNabb, Ella lane, 160, 177 

McNabb, Horace Stan, 192 

McPherson, Linda Carol, 77 

McWilliams, David Edward, 68 

Meade, Michael Ray, 77, 245, 247 

Meador, Marilyn, 68, 281 

Meadows, Barbara Gayle. 77 

Mealer. lerry Lee. 59 

Means, William Randolph, 41 

Medley, Landon Darl, 77 

Medley, Rosa Lee, 41 

Medlin, Galen Lee, 68 

Mehta, Suresh N,, 277 

Meislohn, Gary, 19 

Melcher, Theodore R., 59 

Melson, Danny Lee, 68 

Menckle, Ben Franklin, 41 

Merlin, Michael Barnett, 192 

Merriman, Eugene Carl, 78 

Merryman, Bobbye Carman, 41, 68, 280 

Merryman, Donald Carl, 68 

Meshotto, Rita lean, 59, 278 

Mesommonta, Tawat, 41, 149 

Metzker, Monetta Smith, 41 

Meyer, Linda |o, 41, 172 

.Michaud, Patricia Donna, 78 

Midgett, Mr E W , 21, 149 

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Milan, lames Lee, 59 

Miller, Azalea Rue, 59 

Miller, Connie Cartwright, 78 

Miller, Daniel Leslie, 41 

Miller, David, 41, 272 

Miller, Durben Erie |r , 58 

Miller, Elizabeth Anne, 59, 188, 258 

Miller, Kathy Ann, 78 

Miller, Kenneth Elwood, It , 163 

Miller, Sarah Wright, 280 

Miller, Steven Monroe, 234 



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Millican, Clyde Clifford, 68 

Milligan. Ruth Annette. 59 

Milliom, Lawrence Arnold, 78 

Millranev, Katfiy Ann. 68 

Millsaps. Gary Clifford, 59 

MilKaps. larrett BryanI, 41, 90, 141, 243, 244, 246, 

267 

Milton, Melinda Grace, 78 

Minatra, Brenda Faye, 161, 175 

Minor, Alicia Ann, 59 

Mitchell, Carol Edwena, 68, 282 

Mitchell, Dons Kave, 78 

Mitchell, Ellen Mane, 286 

Mitchell, Kenneth Garland, 78 

Mitchell, Lillie Mae, 59 

Mitchell, Robbie Elaine, 78 

Mitchell, Sue, 78 

Molfield, Gary Anthony, 68 

Mohamadkhanr, Cyrous, 41 

Mohamadkhani, Linda Kay. 78 

Moles, Rhoda Anne, 68 

Molloy, Newton Ford, |r , 41 

Money. Barry Craig, 68 

Money, William Nathan, 161, 175, 276 

Montgomery, lanis Charlene, 78 

Moody, lanet Brown, 41, 146, 159, 169, 243 

Moon, Mane loyce, 78 

Moon, Martha Lue, 68, 159 

Moon, Man/ I , 41, 149 

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Mooneyhan, David Leon, 41, 161, 250 

Moore, Barbara lean, 68 

Moore, Beniamm Burt, 59 

Moore, Brenda Huskey, 41, 177 

Moore, Carol Ann, 59, 191 

Moore, Carol lane, 78 

Moore, Carole Frances, 59, 114. 137. 197. 217. 245. 

246, 292 

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Moore, Dyanna, 78 

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Morgan, Linda Faye, 68 

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Morin, Mane Hester, 188 

Moms, Charles Edwin, 59, 149 

Morris, Ethel Elizabeth, 69, 188, 282 

Moms, lames Wayne, II, 42, 152, 164, 166 

Moms, Sherron Ann, 275 

Morrison, Fred Bruce, 68 

Morrow, Charlesarl Leiand. 42 

Morrow, Nancy Anne, 59, 191 

Morse, Barbara Hamie, 68, 275 

Morse, Lynda Carol, 59, 161, 287 

Morton, Donna Ray, 78 

Morton, Edna Taylor, 161, 191 

Morton, lackie Wayne, 68, 200 

Morton, ludy Kay, 59 

Mosier, David T , 78 

Moss, lames Richard, |r,, 60, 199 

Moss, Peggy Ann, 68 

Moss, Shelia Elaine, 42, 150 288 

Mizena, Thomas Edward, |r 42 

Muller, Donna Theresa, 268 

Mulhcan, Gary Edmon, 68 

Mullins, Keaiha Mai, 78 

Mullins, Peggy Ruth, 60 

Mungle, lohn Allen, 68 

Murfl, Harold Williams, 218 

Murphy, Anita |o, 42 

Murphy, Charlie "Bubber", 11, 204, 214, 215 

Murphy, George Alexander I , 78 

Murphy, Elaine, 183 

Murphy, Phyllis, 152, 284 

Murphv, Robert Walter, 195 

Murphv, Ronnie Gordon, 199 

Musgrave, loel Stephen, 204, 268 

MUSIC EDUCATORS NATIONAL CONFERENCE, 

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Myatt, Charles Harbert, 42, 171 

Myatt, Lila lane, 60 

Myers, Allen Hill, 68 

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Nadeau, David Franklin, 261 
Naior, Fred Joseph, 78 
Nance, Becky, 281 
Nance, Linda Faye, 60 
Navel, Philip Michael, 68 
Neal, Bruce lackson,, 165 
Neal, Caria lean, 253, 280 
Neal, lames Ronald, 68 
Neely, Vivian K Page, 42 
Neely, limmy Carroll. 192, 193 
Neill, Becky Anne, 183 
Nelson, lames Ronald, 60, 268 
Nelson, lohn E |r , 60 
Nelson, lohn Humphrey, 272 
Nerren, George Nolen. Ir,. 60 
Nesbilt, Henry Steven, 204. 216 



Nevins. Ima Margaret. 42 

Newberry. Donald Lawrence. 42. 275. 285 

Newhart. Fred Arthur. 42. 280 

Newkirk, Nelda Evonne, 68, 159 

Newlon, Deborah, Lynn, 68 188 

NEWMAN APOSTOLATE, 286 

Newman, Gary Wayne, 68, 1% 

Newman, Linda Pearl, 68 

Newman, Madelyn Cheryl, 78 

Newton, Linda Gayle, 42 

Newton, Lonnie lohnson. III, 68 

Nicely, F Sammie Louis, 78, 285 

Nicholas, Audrey, Patncia, 78 277, 282 

Nichols, Hugh Thomas, 42 

Nichols, lames Aldon, 60 

Nichols, Norma Sue, 78 

Nichols, Shelia Ann, 42 

Nichols, Sylvia loyce, 78 

Nicholson, Cynthia Gail, 68 

Noble, Linda Gail, 279 

Noonan. Thomas Edward. |r„ 226 

Norman. Maury Austin. 264. 267 

Norris, lames 271 

Norris. Linda lean. 42. 107. 177. 186 

Norris. Marsha Celeste, 60 

Norris, William loseph, 78 

North, Brenda loyce, 68, 285 

Northcutt, Anne, 78 277 

Northcutt, Polia Annette, 60 

Norvell, Mary Elizabeth, 42 

Norwood, Phyllis Kay, 155 

Notgrass, Alan Clark, 252 

Nowell, Daniel Paxton, 204 

Null, Carolyn faye, 163 

Nunley, loe Edwin, ir , 200 

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O Brien, Cheryl Ann, 60 

O Bryan, Gary William, 234 

O Bryan, lames Michael, 19 

O Connell, Constance Marga, 126, 266, 280 

O Connor Patricia Sue, 42, 191 

O Connor, Paul William, 68 

O Neal, lames Patrick, 42, 90, 91, 157, 243, 293 

Odom, Terry William, 60, 166 

Officer. Elaine lean, 78 

Officer, Wayne Robert, 42 

Ogle, Harold Dean, 78 

Oglesby, loanne Maria, 68 

Oglesbv. William H II, 68 

Oldfield, Brian Ray, 42 

Oldham, Betty Dee, 78 

Oliver, Constance lo. 42, 132. 191 

Oliver, Louis White, III, 149, 265 

Olson, Lessley Kent, 68 

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Ormsby, loseph Gardner, 78 

Orr, Billie Kay. 42. 183 

Orr. Nancy Hankins. 42 

Orrand, lames Edward. 78 

Orrick, lames Michael, 78 

Orton, Robert Eugene, 78 

Osenga, George lustus, 42, 168 

Overton, Ralph Harris, 204, 207, 268 

Overton, Roger Hal, 60 

Overton, Sherrie Ann, 78 

Owen, Pamela Marcean, 42, 150, 264 

Owen, Patty lill, 60 

Owen, Pricilla lean, 43, 152, 247 

Owens, David Ronald. 200, 243 

Owens, Don Alan, 272 

Owens, Geneva, 69 

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Owens, Lloyd Nolan, 261 

Owens, Patrick Wade, 43 

Owens, Sharon Ann. 43, 161, 183 



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Page. David Randolph. 69, 151, 253, 265 

Painter, David Edwin, 43, 195 

Painter, Dennis Wayne, 69 

Painter, Gary Wayne, 192 

Painter, Rodney Houston, 43 

Palmer, Charles Gary, 69 

Palmer, Edward Lee, 149, 286 

Palmer, leanette B , 43 



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Park, Dennis Duggar, 195 

Park, Melissa, 43, 183 

Parker. Austin 14 

Parker. Brenda A Coxey, 43 

Parker, Carol Ann. 275 

Parker, Carol Sue. 43 

Parker. Connie Ellen. 69. 159 

Parker. David Martin. 43. 146, 149. 154. 172. 175 

Parker, Dawson Ray, 60 

Parker. Kalhy Faye. 281 

Parker, Madeline Kav. 78 

Parker, Peter Burl, 43. 196 

Parker. Philip Leroy. Ir.. 274 

Parker. Sharon Ruth, 43, 103, 280 

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Parks. Dr. Norman, 21 

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Parson. Virginia Susan. 78 

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Pate. Forrest Blanlon. |r . 199 

Pale, ludy Turner. 60. 161 

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Patterson, Charles Herbert, 204 

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Patterson. Emily Diane, 78 

Patterson, Gregory Waymon, 78, 254 

Patterson, Harold William, 204 

Patterson, lames Kelley. 195 

Patterson, lames Robert, Ir , 78 

Patterson, Mary Roberta, 60 

Patterson, Philip Stephen. 78 

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Patton. Charles Erwin. 43 

Patton. Linda Kav, 78 

Patton, Mary Elizabeth, 159 

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Payne, Rita |oy, 41 

Payton, lohnie Odell. 69 

Pearson. Stanley Nelson. 43. 161 

Peck, Gregory Owen, 43, 195 

Peck, Or Richard C, 20 

Peck, Robert Gary, 78 

Peercy. Richard David, 43 

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Pendergrass, lanice Mane, 263 

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Pennington. Dwight Larry, 69 

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Pennington, Mildred Ann, 43, 159. 161 

Pentecost Emily Wright, 78 

Pentycofe, lohnny Merrill, 43, 157 

Peppers. Maxine. 43. 172 

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Perez Carol ^ Regg. 43 

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Perryman. Betty lean. 60 

Perryman. Charles Ronnie, 69. 78 

Perryman, Clenda Rave, 188, 189 282 

Peters, Bill, 151, 251 

Peters, William Hugh 111 43 

Peterson, Linda Lou, 60 

Peterson, Thomas Edward, 43 142, 149 

Petre. Timothy Edward, 69 

Petro, Margie Vandergrifl, 43 

Pettit. Russell Lee. 79 

Pettus, Patricia Ann. 41 

Petty, Ellen, Gayle, 79 

Petty, Michael Calvin, 60 

Petty, Rosemary, 44. 172 

Pevahouse, Ava Nelle. 44. 263 

Pewitt, Nancy Louise. 60. 201 

Pfeiffer. Tina Mane. 79. 282 

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PHI MU DELTA, 166-7 

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Phillips Darrvl Etiv, 226. 285 

Phillips Fradonna, 60, 129 

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Phillips, Gwanda Lee. 44. 253. 275 

Phillips. Helen Frances. 69 

Phillips, lames Byron, 195 

Phillips, lay Yeiser. 44. 171 

Phillips. Iimmie Otha, 192 

Phillips, lohn Michael, 69, 271 

Phillips, Kenneth Sullivan, 59 

Phillips, Marie Michele, lOO 

Phillips, Sharlena Goldie, 60, 247, 275 

Phillips. Shelah Davis. Ir , 44. 157 

Phillips. Warren W . 79 

Phillips. William, 60. 156. 267, 285 

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Pigna, David Leslie. 44 

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Pillow, Clenda Aaron. 79 

Pinkston. Glen Roy. St.. 79 

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Pirlle, Ronald Dale, 199 

Pitlad, Homer, 15. 248 

Pittard, lohn Baxter. 44. 195 

Plemons. Clarence Shepard, 44 

PLemons, Marsha Ann, 69, 151 

Plunk, Martha Sue, 100 

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Poimdexter. Wanda Faye. 44 

Polk. Arthur Eugene. 218. 219. 221. 222. 223. 224, 

244 

Polk, lohn Houston. 217. 246 

Polk. Ronald Eugene. 69. 271 

Pomtoy. Dr Eslella. 20 

Poole. Carrol Lynn. 44. 249 

Poole. Lonnell, 226, 227, 228 



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Pope. Susan Dianne. 60. 165 

Pope. Susan Marie. 79 

Poslon. Charles Edward. 44 

Potter, Cindy Lee. 137. 188. 294 

Potts. Elmer Ray, 79 

Potts, lerry Lee, 79 

Potts, Ronald Wesley, 59 

Potts, Susan Renee, 79, 277, 284 

Poulin, Gerald David, 279 

Pound, David Charles, 192 

Pounds, David Allen, 60 

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Powell. Michael Wayne. 69. 275 

Powell. Olivia, 60. 188, 268 

Powell. Penelope. 69 

Powell. Wanda Lee. 44 

Pratt, La Rue Elaine. 59. 193 

Pratt, Marvin Houston. II. 44 

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Prevatte. Carolyn Virginia. 44 

Prevosl. lohn Paul. 44 

Pnce. Danny Alexander. 149 

Price, Patricia Mae. 60. 286 

Pochard. Michael Stanley. 44, 192 

Priest, Patricia L Bass. 44 

Primm, Nancy Kay, 50 

Prochaska. Barbara Ann. 79 

Pruett, Linda Diane, 79 

Puckett. Barbara Ann, 79 

Pucketl, Connie Sue, 44 

Pugh Deborah Ruth, 79 

Pugh, lames Andrew, 69, 275 

Pu.gh, Hixson, 15 

Putnam, Michael lames, 218, 268 

Plyant, Donna Fay. 79 

Pyles. Bonnie Ann, 60 

Pvron, William Thomas, 60 

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Quilt, Frank. 199 
Quintero, lohn Wesley 288 



Rackley. Randee lo. 79 

Rader. Gilbert Doyle. 44Radford. lames Maun 



79 

Radoievic, Slobodan, 284 
Ragsdale, lames Thomas, 199 
Ragsdale, Walter M II, 44 
Rainer, Dennis Lee, 234 
Rains, Charles Talton, 50 
Rams, Tommv McGuire, 44 
Ralston, Marion, 271 
Ramsay, Hugh Wayne. 59 
Ramser. Henry Whitlock, 288 
Ramsey lames Garland, 44. 161 
Ramsev, jo Ann Mathis. 44 
Ramsey, Rita Marilyn. 79 
Randle. Diane Michel. 44 
Randolph, Shelia Mane. 69 
Raney. Dorothy Ann. 44. 159 
Rascoe. Audrey lo 79 274 
Rawiszer, Randall Louis, 60 
Rawlston. Rebecca Claudine, 44 
Ray Charles Raulslon. 60, 275 
Ray. Donald Lee. 44. 153 
Ray. lerrv Hovte. 44 
Rav. Susan Theresa. 152. 284 
Rav William lerry, 155 
Ravburn, ludith Elizabeth, 69, 183 
Rea Elizabeth Anne. 103, 131, 193 
Reaugh, Col Vein W . 20 
Rector Sherryl Ann, 79 
Redd, Lalricia Holley. 45 
Redd. Timolhy Lee. 159 
Reed. Betsy Gay. 69. 159. 275 
Reed. Betty lean. 45. 280 
Reed. Reed, Belly Sharon, 79 
Reed, David Andrew. 79 
Reed, lohn79. 275. 285 
Reed. Sarah Elizabeth. 50. 282 
Reese. Linda Carol. 79 
Reese. Theresa Kathenne, 69 
Reeves. Randall Rexford. 59 
Reid, Robert Grant, 79 
Renegar, Barbara Diane. 79 
Renner, Michael Reed. 60 
Reynolds. Danny Wayne. 79 
Reynolds. Phvllis Elaine. 79 
Reynolds William Leslie. 79 
Rhea, Carol Ann 79 
Rhea, lams Lynn, 45 
Rhodes. Edward Drew, 45 
Rice, Barbara |o. 188 
Rice Richard David, 272 
Rich, loe 15 

Richards Charles Anthony 60 
Richards ThomasCharles 251 
Richardson. Marian, 79 
Richens. Kent Douglas. 45 
Rickarl, Brenda loann, 59. 263 
Rickelts, Samuel Clifton, 50 
Rickman, lohn Robinson, III. 45 
Riddle lames Douglas 45 
Riddle, Pamela McMahan. 45 
Riel, Brian, Francis. 50 
Riel. Dr Francis, 21 
Riggan, Billie leanne, 79 
Riggins, loseph Woodrow, 149, 1% 
Rigney, Sleven Wayne, 1% 
Rigsbv, Margaret Ann. 59 




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Rilev, Eddie DwiRht, 79 

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Rilev, Kenneth Fredrick, 218 

Rilev. Rebecca Louise. 69 

Rilev, William Harvev. |r . 79 

Ring, Beverly lane, 45 

Riordan, Marv Karen, 159 

RisberR. Gerald Patrick. 232 

Rives, David Fonville, 144. 154 

Rives. Kenneth Ellioll. 45. 171 

Rizor. Bebe Drumnght, 45, 253 

Robbins Ralph Edward, 60 

Robbins, Terrv Lee, 45 

Reberson, Merrill Ann Bool, 45 

Roberson, Rov Herndon, 149, 285 

Roberson, Sherrill Dean, 60 

Roberts, Debbie Fave, 79 

Roberts, Herbert Wavne, 45, 268 

Roberts, lerrv Benton, 79 

Roberts limmv Wayne, 79 

Roberts, Rebecca Ann, 79 

Robertson, Linda Sue, 60 

Robertson Zelma loyce, 79 

Robichaud, Edward M, Ir,, 234 

Robinette, Carol Elizabeth. 69 

Robinetle, Patricia lane, 60 

Robinson, Carl, 230 

Robinson, Ricky I , 45, 155 

Robinson, Shirley Lynn, 45 

Robinson, Stephanie Lynn. 60 

Robinson William David, 45 

Robinson, Yolanda Brunitl, 45. 172. 177 

Robison Elizabeth Hayes. 79 

Robison, Virginia Hill. 69 

Rochelle. lohn McGill. 69 

RockRock. Wilber Thomas, 79 

Roddy. Thomas Edward, 69 

Rodley. Odelene, 45 

Rodgers, Gloria lean, 69 

Rodnev, ludson Kirkpatric, 79 

Rogers, Alice Tralece, 79 

Rogers, lo Anna Lynelle 69 188 

Rogers. Linda Rosalind. 59 

Rollins. Brenda Ann. 59 

Rollins. Wanda Gail. 79Rooker. Martha Dii 

Rooker. Sandra Kaye. 246. 278 

Ropoza. Rosemary. 159 

Rose. Marv D . 69 

Rose. Richard Michael, 79 

Rosey, Terrv, 200 

ROTC, 291 299 

Rolella, HelenLynn, 59 

Rothwell, loan Claire, 79 

Rothwell, Kathy lune, 253 

Routson, Franklin L , 53, 1%, 267 

Rowland, Mitchell Edward, 79 

Rozell, Ted Lacy, Ir , 69 

Rucker, Robert Leslie, 69, 265, 285 

Ruhl lohn Nichols, 79 

Rushing, Evelyne, 191 

Rushing, Betty Margaret, 176 

Rushlow, Kenneth Robert, 204, 199 

Russe, Richard, 225 

Russell. Allen Lewis. 79 

Russell, layne Rees. 45. 188 

Russell, Shirley Ann, 45, 150, 175, 255 

Russo, loan Nima, 79, 161, 229 

Russo, Suzanne Carolle, 45, 159, 177 

Rust Donald Charles, 51 

Rust, Hilda Louise, 69 

Rutledge Patsv, Carol, 61, 282 

Rye, Martin lerald, 69, 272, 278 



Sade, Carolyn Elizabeth, 61, 289 

Sadler, Connie |o, 69 

Sadler, Martha Lois, 45, 279 

Sadler, Virginia Gayle, 45, 145, 155, 177, 281 

Safley, Bettie lean, 79 

Safley, Patty Ann, 184 

Sam, Charles Evans, 45 

Sam, Peggy lo, 79, 263 

Sam, Susan Bryson, 45 

Saint, lerry Dwight, 51 

Sakas, leffrey L 234, 275 

Sakas, Dr loseph, 18 

Salisbury, Cynthia Ruth, 150, 190, 191 

Salmon, lohn William, 45 

Sanders, lames William, 45 

Sanders, ludv Elaine, 79. 282 

Sanders, Lois lean, 45 

Sanders, Marian Ann, 69. 188 

Sanders, Norma, lean, 61 

Sanders, Patrick Batey, 69 

Sandlin, Richard Earl, 51 

Sands, Bobby Wayne, 79, 245 

Sands, Pamela Ann, 79 

Sapp, Madolyn Wynne, 51, 191, 282, 288 

Sarver Patricia Louise, 46, 253, 274 

Sauls, Mavbelle, 69 

Sawyer, Duane Tom, 281, 287 

Sawyer, Gary Lee, 59, 275 

Saylors, Carolyn Ann, 79 

Scarlett, Dr M G , 10, 11, 94, 122, 123 

Schablik, Teresa lane, 79 

Schamberg, Robert lohn, 204 268 

Schamberg, Thomas Charles, 45, 234, 258 

Schmidt Reba I Sledge 69 

Schetield Henry jowett, II, 152, 284 

Schow, Barbara Lynn, 51, 189. 188 

Schullz, Daphna Ruth, 51. 263 

Schullz, Dwight Larkin, 195 



Schultz, Gerald Francis, 46 

Schwarck, Floyd lerry, 19 

Schwartz, Nellie Darlene, 51, 188, 258 

Schwemer, Liana Lee. 175, 250, 279 

Scibilia. Edward. 61 

Scolt. Caria June. 79 

Scott. Cheryl Darlene. 46. 172. 263, 278 

Scolt. Ernest Terry. 218. 223, 228 

Scolt, Freda Yvonne. 79 

Scott. Mary Ella, 46, 172 

Scolt, Ronald Lee, 79 

Scolt, William, Owen, 79 

Scruggs, Linda laco. 46 

Seals. Amy leanece. 46. 159. 152 

Seaton, lames Ray, 149 

Seaver, Mary Ray, 59, 159 

Secresl. Wendall White, Ir , 46 

Seigler, Linda Faye. 59, 184 

Selby, Wilma Sue, 61, 188, 189, 190, 282 

Sellers, Nancy Louise, 69 

Sellers, Ronald Vance, |r , 245 

Sells, Samuel Paul. Ir , 195 

Selph, Donna Marie, 69 

Settle, Mary Grace, 46 

Sewell, loe Thomas, 61 

Shacklett, ludy lamison, 187 

Shacklelt, Marsha |o, 107, 177 

Shadwick, lanet Gail, 79 

Shaffer, Brenda G. Shaw. 46 

Shanks. William Rory. 196 

Shannon, lohn Suler, 59, 186, 267 

Sharbel. lohn Nolan. 79 

Sharbel. Kelly, Matthew, 200 

Sharp, Glenda lune, 46 

Sharp, Harrell, Ray. 46 

Sharpton. lohn Dwight, 46. 171 

Shaver. Deborah Kaye. 79 

Shaw, lames Henry. I. 59. 232 

Shearron. Patricia Gaile, 59 

Shelton, Larry Dean, 46 

Shenll, lane Lee, 79, 281 

Sherrill, Freeman Henry, 46, 200 

Shipley, Elizabeth Ann, 46 243. 244 

Shires. Edwin Douglas. 46 

Shirley. Shirlev Faye. 79 

Shockley, Linda Luchlle, 79 

Short, Thoir Doug, 46, 149 

Sholwell, George Donald, 59 

Shubert, Ronnie Lewis, 195 

Shults, luanita Brown, 79 

Sidebottom, lames lackson, 79 

SIDELINES, 252-255 

Sidwell, lames Quinton, Ir , 45, 195 

SIGMA CLUB, 173 

Sikes, Eleanor McCrary, 69 

SIGMA NU, 200 201 

Simmons, Barbara Ann, 159 

Simmons, Fradonna Lynn P 188 

Simmons, Glen Dale, 79 

Simins. lames Floyd, |r , 69 

Simms, Robert loe, 51 

Simms. Susan Elizabeth. 46 

Simons, lames Ray. 61 

Simpson. Carolyn Reeves. 46 

Simpson. David Earl. 59 

Simpson. Ida Susan. 79 

Simpson, lerry Michael. 79 

Sims, Netlye lune. 24 

Sims. Carl Stanton. 46 

Sims. Cassandrea. 2285. 287 

Sims. Esther luanita. 51. 255 

Sims. Peggy lean Holt. 45 

Sims, Susanne, 79 

Singleton, lerome, 225, 227, 228 

Singleton, Ronald Keith, 79 

Sinor, Catherine Diane, 79 

Sisco, Larry Eugene, 79 

Sisco, Raymond Edward. 79 

Sisk. lackie Leonard. 69 

Sissom, Linda Carol. 79 

Sitz, Robert Glenn, 51 

Sizemore, Grady Lawrence, 271 

Skinner, Linda Lee, 165, 288 

Slaten, lames Ray. 46 

Slayden. ludith Elaine, 46. 159, 151 

Slaymaker, Rebecca Wright, 46, 152 

Slaymaker, Robert Dawson, 46, 152 

Shgh, Connie Beth, 45 

Sloan, Gene 15 

Sloan, lames Douglas, II, 80 

Slusher, Palsy Lee, 159 

Small, Lynn Scott, 46, 145, 151, 161, 175, 177, 249 

Small, William Canady, 80 

Smalling, Nancv Ellen, 80 

Smartt, lames William, Ir , 276 

Smartt, lulia Suzanne, 69 133, 63, 159, 191 

miley. lewell Wayne, 59 

Smith, Ann Knight, 46, 159 

Smith, Aubrey Gene, 61 

Smith, Brenda loyce, 51 

Smith, Brenda K , 188 

Smith, Charlotte Leight, 80 

Smith, Cherry Hooker, 69 

Smith, Clara P , 280 

Smith, Claude Wayne, 46, 155 

Smith, Daria Dawn, 59 

Smith, Dennis William, 61, 188. 268 

Smith, Emily Ada, 59 

Smith, Erskine Ray, 226, 285 

Smith, lames, 268 

Smith, lerry Franklin, 61 

Smith, hll Anita, 263 

Smith, loseph T,, 100 



Smith loy, 61 

Smith, ludy Karen, 45, 183 

Smith, Kenneth, 200 

Smith, Larry Bennett, 45 

Smith, Linda lo, 152, 284 

Smith, Lucy Chrislime. 80 

Smith, LyndonLyle, 46. 199 

Smith. Margaret Ivy. 47 

Smith. Marsha Osgathrop. 263 

Smith, Mary lean Grizzell, 255 

Smith Marv Louise, 80 

Smith, Mary Orlene, 59 

Smith, Marv Washington, 59 

Smith, Milton Ray, 78 

Smith, Nina Sharon, 80 

Smith, Patricia Ann, 69SmithPhyllis, 282 

Smith, Randall H , 47 

Smith, Randall Scott, 47. 199 

Smith, Regina Bowan, 47 

Smith, Ricki Odessa, 47 

Smith, Robert Wayne, 59 

Smith, Sam, 15 

Smith, Sandra Kathleen, 69 

Smith, Sara Kalherine, 61 

Smith, Sarah Mane, 51, 128 131, 133, 136, 191, 247 

Smith, Stanley Ray, 47 

Smith, Susan Lea, 47, 159, 161, 287 

Smith, Val, 15 

Smith, Vick.i Nell, 80, 288 

Smith, William Lee, 254 

Smithson, Audrey Diane, 69 

Smore, Kathy lean, 80 

Smythia. Emma Mane. 51, 152, 282 

Smythia, Emmett Henry, 80 

Snell, Bevedy Ann, 47 

Snipes, Nancy Dean, 80 

Snyder, Charles Boofer, 255 

Snyder, Stephen Lockard, 218 

Sohrabi, Bahman, 19 

Sohrabi, Peggy E Eddins, 47 

Solomon, Edward Clay, 70, 274 

Somers, Barbara |o, 129, 187, 193 

Souders, lames Austin, 158 

Spam, Mary Ann, SOSparkman, Deborah Ann, 80 

Sparks, Edgar Thomas, III, 47, 1% 

Spaulding, Billy Burke, 47 

Speer, Linda Caryell, 61 

Speer, Stephen Frewin, 70 

Speight, Robert Burton, 61 

SPELUNKERS, 271 

Spicer, Garry Dean, 61 

Spinks, Nancv lean, 80 

Spraker, Dr , Harold S, 21 

Spraker, lames Stanley, 47, 149, 159, 172 

Sprouse, lames Dale, 80 

St Clair, Mary Katherine, 80 

Stacey, Gerald P , 47 

Stacey, William Paul |r , 53, 1% 

Stacy, Donald Day, 51 

Stacy, Ronald Ray, 51 

Stallings, lames Lynn, 80 

Stalnaker, Carollyn jean, 80 

Stammer. Robert Edward. |r , 70 

Stanfill. Timothy Lester, 204 

Stansell, Ronald Talmadge, 70 

Starks, Ins, 51, 287 

Starks, Lucile, 80. 265. 285 

Starks, Marvin Wayne, 47, 199 

Starnes. Carl Thomas, 47 

Starnes, Mary lanice, 70, 150 

Starr, lames Alex, 80 

Steelman, Susan Kay, 287 

Stephens, Diane Mane, 61 

Stephens, lames Wesley, 47, 146 

Stephens, lane Lacy, 61 

Stephens, lean Vivian, 47, 263, 275, 278 

Stephen, Philip Wayne. 80 

Stephenson, lames David, 216 

Stephenson, Linda lane, 80 

Stephenson, Patricia Ellen, 47, 150 

Sterritt, Thomas lames. It . 47, 157, 1% 

Stevens, Frankie Ann, 80 

Stevenson, |oe Billy, 70 

Steverson, Kenneth Wayne, 1% 

Stewart, Dorna jane, 47 

Stewart, lames Ray, 80 

Stewart, Kathryn Templeton, 47 

Stewart, Monty Fussell, 80 

Stewart. Wanda Ann, 80 

Stilts, Lee, Paulette, 70 

Stilts, Peggy Sue, 70 

Stinnett, Angelo E , 70 

Stinson, Larry Vernon, 47 

Stockard, Elliott Clark, jr , 47 

Story. William Alan, 70 

Strasser, Chades Moss, 61 

Slraub, Brady Allen, 47, 161, 234, 268 

Strawn, Billy Mills, 19 

Strobel, Alice A,, 286 

Strong. Kenneth Copple, 1% 

Strong, Roy Michael, 285, 288 

Stroop, Nancy Darlene, 70 

Stroud, loe Resi, III, 61 

Stuart, Gary Dwayne, 80 

Stuart, lerry Walker, 70 

Stubblelield, Donna lean, 80 

Stubblefield, Norma lane, 70 

Stubblefield, Patricia Ann, 48 

STUDENT NEA, 262-3 

STUDENT NURSES, 280 

Suiter, ludith Irene. 61 

Sullenger. Martha lean. 48. 286 

Sullivan. Archie R. 157 



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Sullivan, Thomas Allen, 61 
Summar, Ernest Clyde, 70 
Sumbrell, Douglas Stansill, 195, 218 
Suter, lames Henry, III. 80 
Sutherland, Terry Steven, 48 
Sutton, Bertha Ann, 70, 254, 263 
Sutton, Dolores Ann, 48. 188. 254. 265 
Sutton, lames Darrow. jr . 80 
Sutton, Judith Camille, 48 
Sutton. Martha Rolman. 19 
Swader. William Franklin. 80 
Swalford.William Dale. 70 
Swallows, lames P . 48, 199 
Swallows. Virginia Lee. 80 
Swann. Sandra. 48 
Swanson, Frank Oliver. 48. 163 
Sweeney. William Anthony. 204. 215 
Swilt, Wanda Faye, 80 



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Swindle, Thomas Eugene, 51 
Swope, Gloria leanne, m. 288 
Sykes, lohn Wesly, 204 

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Tallanl, lohn Albert, 48, 149 

Talley, Danny Lynn, 70 

Tanner, Thomas William. 80 

Tant. John. 48, 149 

Tarkington, Kennard Ward I , 199. 278 

Tarpley, Betty Ruth, 70 

Tarpley, Philip Noel, 70 

Tate, lames Richard, 51 

Tate, Ronald Melvin, 80, 204 

Tatum, Linda Sue. 48 

TAU OMICRON. 175-7 

TAU SIGMA. 275 

Taylor, Betty jo, 80 

Taylor, Carol Mane, 80 

Taylor, David Michael, 80 

Taylor, Deborah Renee, 80 

Taylor, Dorris lean, 48, 278 

Taylor. Eloise R , 48 

Taylor, George Thomas, 195 

Taylor, Gordon Niles, 70, 285 

Taylor, lames, 70 

Taylor, Janice Kay, 48 

Taylor, John Horace, 48,. 144 149. 159, 175 

Taylor, John Leslie, BOTaylor, Linda Sue, 48 

Taylor, Martha Ellen, 70 

Taylor, Mary, 15 

Taylor, Marvin Austin, 51 

Taylor, Nancy Diane, 80 

Taylor, Peggy Williams, 70 

Taylor, Randall Keilh, 48 

Taylor, Robert L , jr , 80 

Taylor, Ronald Houston, 48 

Taylor, Sandra Key, 48, 70, 280 

Tegarden, Linda Lee. 80 

Tenbrunsel, Robert Wayne. 48. 157 

Tennant, Ronald D , 49, 144. 172. 271 

Tennant, Sandra Watson, 49, 151, 177 

Tenpenny, Leta Suzanne, 49 

Tenpenny, Virginia Louise, 255 

Thacker, James Keith, 70 

Thackston, Elizabeth B . 279 

Thackslon. Marie Elizabeth, 49. 265 

Thigpen. Larry Olen. 49 

Thomas. Harry Brabson. 285 

Thomas, lames E , 80, 204 

Thomas, lohn Wilse. 49. 149 

Thomas, loyce Ann, 80 

Thomas, Karen Gail, 49, 255, 285 

Thomas, Linda Lee, 80 

Thomas, Marvin Wayne, 70 

Thomas, Paul Wayne, 153 

Thomas, Rosemary. 49 

Thomas, Roy Earl, 80 

Thomas, Stanton Bryan, III. 199 

Thomas. William Richard, 49, 198, 204 

Thompson, Andrew Whitney, 204, 208, 213 

Thompson. Emma juanita, 80 

Thompson, Helen Wood, 286 

Thompson. Iimmy Dale. 204 

Thompson, John A , 70 

Thompson, John Charles. 1% 

Thompson, Keith Milburn, 1% 

Thompson, Marsha Gail, 80 

Thompson, Richard Boyce, 199, 268, 271 

Thompson, Susan Lee. 81 

Thomspn Robert Earl, 165 

Thornton. Carole Lynelle. 217 

Thornton, Roderick Howard, 216 

Thrasher, William Hershel, 70, 195, 285 

Threet, David Kennon, 52 

Thurman, jasper, 19 

Tierce, Richard Donald, |r,. 81 

Tilford, Madaline, 258 

Tincher, Anne Morris, 188, 268 

Tinnin, lean Claire, 49, 177, 253, 274 

Todd, Betty I Overall, 49 

Todd, Billy Otis, 49 

Todd, Cathy Dean, 80 

Todd, Dr , Fowler, 21 

Todd. Frances Nixon, 49 



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Tnlberl, Florence Maggart, 49 

Tomlin, Dannv Bulord, 199 

Tomlinson, Cenice Annette. 81 

Toombs, Ennmett William, |r , 161, 172 

Torrence, William Howard, 49 

Tolty, Kenny Rae, 62 

Townsend, Michael Marlin, 204 234, 268 

Towry, Linda Ann, 81 

Ttail, Randall Elvin, 70 

Tcainoc, Bobby Clayton, 62 

Trammell, ludy Dianne, 70 

Traugh, Roger Lewis, 49, 200 

Trawick, Anna Clare, 81, 251, 278, 287 

TREBLE CHORALE, 256 

Tredinnick, Mariory Ellen, 49, 150, 161 

Treece, |ohn Paul, 149 

Trent, Bryan Orval, 49 

Trent, Linda Raye, 49, 145, 153, 161, 164, 177 

Ttickey, Ken, 218, 220 

Trigg, Patricia Ann, 49 

Trimble, lanice Elaine, 49, 186, 187, 278 

Trisler, Patricia Ann, 62, 150, 177 

Trition, Rene, 183 

TRITON CLUB, 268 

Trollmger, lame Lois, 70 

Troupe, Bonnie Ruth, 62, 287 

Troxler, lames William, 49 

Troy, lohn Paul, 275 

Tuck, Bobby Eugene, 81 

Tucket, Dt H Clay. 13 

Tucker, Lana lanice, 49, 100, 129, 144, 159, 191, 262, 

275 

Tucker. Marilyn Lee. 49 

Tucker. Robert Wayne. 49. 157 

Tucker, Sara Cecilia, 81 

Tucker, Thomas Kevin, 204 

Tune, Ann Lynn, 81 

Tune, Richard Greer, 49, 175 

Tunstill, Marv Carl, 81 

Turner, lackie Doyle, 70 

Turner, Ismes Terry, 49 

Turner, loan Carolyn, 70 

Turney, Paul S , 70 

Turnev, William loseph, 81 

Tullle, Lawrence George, 70 

Tyree, Vickie Lynn, 81 

Tyrell, Timothy loseph, 192 

Tyson, lav Edward, 49 

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Ullery, Mike, 49, 195 
Ullety, Suzanne Smith, 62 
Underwood, Barry Lane, 284 
Underwood, lanice Gay, 191 
Underwood, Inetha Mae, 81 
UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA, 256 
Upchurch, Richard Leon, 19 
Uselton, Tern, Michael, 49, 149 



Vaden, Laura Mae, 70 

Vaden, Michael Lee, 49 

Valentincic, Paul Herman, 81. 230 

Van Hall, Ronald Al, 49, 284 

Van Solkema, Terry Sue, 81 

Vanatta, lerry Paul, 70 

Vanderpool, Brenda Carol, 62 

Vanderweg, Philip, 16 

Vannalta, Marvin lackson I , 49, 149, 165 

Vantrease, ludy Dianne, 81, 288 

Vantrease, Sharon Lynn. 70 

Varner, Leia Faye, 184, 185 

Vaughn, Beverly Carol, 49 

Vaughn, Howell Douglas. 70 

Vaughn. Mary Lillian. 70 

Vaughn. Ruth Millon. 50 

Vernon. Sheri Lynn. 52 

Vester. Charles David. 196 

VETS CLUB, 272 

Vick, Donald Ray. 50 

Vickery. Michael Clarence. 199 

Vincil, Wayne Douglas, 70 

Vines, Linda Adale, 50 151 

Vinson, Donald Ray, 81 

Vinson, Vicki Faye, SIVoltz, Bernard Chas, 81 

Voorhies, Dr , E S , 20 

Vroom, Mai7 Ann Farnsworth, 50, 145, 1 51 , 1 59, 161 , 

177, 191, 195 

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Wade, Mary McKnight, 77 

Waggoner, Guy Daniel, 50, 171 

Waggoner, Harriet Clarice, 50, 159, 191, 282 

Waggoner, Michael Stanley, 50, 152, 163 

Waggoner, Sharon Dianne, 70, 114, 187, 197, 217, 

246 

Wagner, Dr Harry, 12 

Wagner, Robert loseph, 196 

Wagster, |udv Kay, 70 

Wakefield, Randall Cordon, 81 

Walden, Sam, 14 

Walden, Stephen Wayne, 70 

Waldron, Brenda Faye, 70 

Walker, Anita lane, 62 

Walker, Brenda Kay, 161 

Walker, David, 264 

Walker, Deborah Lee, 188 

Walker, Dellmar, 81 

Walker, Donna leanne, 62, 152 

Walker, Gloria lean, 285 

Walker, lames Boyd, 62 



Walker, lames Nelson, 52 

Walker, lames Robert, 50, 172, 174, 195 

Walker, lohn Frank, 50 

Walker, Kathy, 188 

Walker, Marjory Ann, 50, 102, 130, 136, 140, 191 

245 

Walker, Nancy Allen, 62 

Walker, Robert Kenneth 

Wall, William Krewson, 50, 199 

Wallace, Barbara lean, 81 

Wallace, Daniel Wailson, 50 

Waller, Claudia Beth, 70, 128, 131, 217 

Waller, Ellen Kathleen, 286 

Walls, lanet Gail, 159 

Walls, Sharon Gayle, 62, 137, 191 

Walters, Ivan Leon, 50 

Walton, David Evan, 275 

Wann, Richard David, 70 

Ward, Don Ray, 50. 204 

Ward. Sheila Theresa, 62 

Warden, Regina A, 279 

Warren, Brenda, 159 

Warren, Cynthia Lorraine, 70 

Warren, Donald Gene, 50, 171 

Warren, Clenda Annette, 50 

Warren, lames Hamilton, 50 

Warren, lames Ruebin. 163 

Warren, lohn Thomas, 171 

Warren, Karen Langhirt, 81 

Warren, Pamela Beth, 277 

Warwick, Richard Henry, 50 

Washer, Anthony Curtis, 81 

Washington, Alice Gordon, 19 

Waters, lames Philip, 50 281 

Watson, Brenda Kay, 70 

Watson, Clarence Edward, II, 225 

Watson. Claudia Ann, 81 

Watson. Eva Carol. 70 159 

Watson, lames Davis. 81 



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Watson, ludy Ann, 81 

Watson, Linda Lloyd, 62, 161. 282 

Watson, Patricia Lynn, 81 

Watson, Ted Lee, 50, 171 

Wauford, limmy Leon. 81. 284 

Weatherford, Billie Ann, 191 

Weathers, Margaret Ann, 50 

VVeaver, Brenda Bell. 70 

Weaver. Emma lean. 62 

Weaver, Margaret Mary, 81 

Weaver, Marjorie, 286 

Weaver, William Glen, 50 171 

Webb, lames Donald, 62 

Webb, ludilh Ann, 50 

Webb, Kenneth Roy, 62, 165 

Webb, Patricia Lynn, 81 

Webb, Richard Lee, 63. 70. 195, 257, 285, 2 

Webb, Eanda Gayle, 62, 275, 277 

Webber, Lowrie C , 50, 149 

Weber, David Thomas, 286 

Webster, Amantina Lucille, 268, 286 

Webster, Anthony Mane, 81 

Wedekind, Howard William, 199 

Weems, Dr lohn, 12 

Wehrman, Mary Ruth, 279 

WEICHTLIFTERS, 275 

Weitzman, Stephen Ennis, 1% 

Welborn, David Edward, 81 

Welch, Alice Mane, 81, 255 

Welch, Alva Harrison, Ir , 81 

Welch, Evelyn Frances, 71, 81, 263 

Welch, William Day, |r , 274 

Weller, William Allen, 50 

Wells, William Allen. SO 

Wells, Linda Gayle, 81, 282 

Wells, Rita Frances, 50, 159, 161, 172, 177 

Welton, Douglas Martin, 62, 195 

Welty, lanet, 81 

Werner, Clark Torrance, 50 

Werner, Norman Kirk, 81 

WESLEY, 287 

West, David lames, 62 

West, Edna Sue, 81 

West, lames Norris, 62 

West, Kathryn Rogers, 19 

West, Robert Douglas, 50, 171 

Westlall, loseph Mellon, 70 

Westtall, Mary Frances, 50 

Westlake, Susan, 14 

Westlake, William loseph, 50 

WESTMINISTER, 289 

Wethertord, Billie Ann. 50. 162 

Wetherford. Melica Lee. 70. 159 

Whaley, Gary. 205 

Whitaker. Charlsie Sue. 50. 153 

Whitaker. Deborah Lucille. 81 

White. Deborah Leah, 70, 278 

White, Donald Ray, 50 

While. Durward Belmont. Ill, 81 

White, lames Barron, 234 

White, lames Michael, 81 

White, Larry Kay, 50, 226 

White, Linda Fay, 62, 282 

White, Norma Gale, 81 

White, Patricia Carol, 81 

White. Patricia Lee. 81 

White. Dr Ralph, 13, 20 

While, Steven, 284 

White, Thomas Bn^son, 51 

White, Walter Howard, 51, 151, 255, 265 

White, William Rodney. 51 

White. William Rodney. 51 

Whitehead. Sue Ellen. 81 



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Whitley, lanice O Ervin, 51 

Whitmore, ludith Ann, 51. 162 

Whitver. Gertrude Mae. 51, 159, 175. 289, 278 

Whitmore, Linda Gayle, 51 

Wicks, Kathy Davis, 81 

Wiggers, Nanette, 81 

Wiggins, Betty Lucille, 81 

Wiggins, Kathenne Moore, 51 

Wiggins, Lydia Randolph, 51 

Wiley, ludy Hopkins, 51 

Wilhotte, William Gregory, 81 

Wilhoylt, Man^ Alice, 268 

Wilkes, Patsy lo, 81 

Wilkes, Shelia Ann, 51 

Williams, Bettye Lester, 70, 159 

Williams, Beverly Ann. 81 

Williams. Charles Elbert I , 81 

Williams, Cynthia Ann, 51, 135, 187, 247 

Williams, David Aubrey, 51 

Williams, Gregory Alex, 70 

Williams, lames Issac, |r , 204, 258 

Williams, lames Richard, 62, 195 

Williams, Ian King, 62, 132, 161, 175, 183,197,244 

Williams, lerry, 261 

Williams, lerry Ronald, 52 

Williams, lerry Vee, 51 

Williams, lohn Frank, 51 

Williams, lohnny H , 81 

Williams, Larry Raymond. 51. 199. 243 

Williams, Linda Faye, 51, 172 

Williams, Pamela Faye, 70 

Williams, Peggy lean, 51 

Williams, Ralph Wayne, 192 

Williams, Ralph Wayne. 192 

Williams, Rebecca Ann, 62 

Williams, Rebecca Louise, 81 

Williams, Rebecca, 287 

Williams, Rochelle Anne, 81 

Williams, Rosie Allen, 51, 153 

Williams. Stephen Perry, 1% 

Williams. Sue Carolyn. 51 

Williamson. Donald lames. 51. 153, 195 

Williamson, Lynn, 70 

Willis, Lynn Cray, 62 

Willis, Roy Matthew, 168 

Willis, Russell Marion, |r , 51, 150 151, 175 

Willis, Susan Dishongh, 62, 152, 282 

Willis, William Edgar, 51, 169. 195 

Wills, Stanley Winfree. 52 



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, 70 



Wilson, Brad, 218 

Wilson, Burnell, 258 

Wilson, Carmel Howell, 62 

Wilson, Carolyn Maurine, 81 

Wilson, Charles Kenneth, 81 

Wilson, Charles Ray, 81 

Wilson, Charles Ross, |r , 52 

Wilson, David Ray, 81 

Wilson, Donna Kay, 81 

Wilson, Donna Kay, 81 

Wilson, Elizabeth, 70. 183 

Wilson. Gale Morgan. 51 

Wilson. Harry Stephen. 81 

Wilson. Larry Dale. 234 

Wilson, Lois Mane, 19 

Wilson, Michael Wayne, 192 

Wilson, Phyllis Elaine, 51, 263 

Wilson, Sandra Lou, 51, 280 

Wilson, Susan Locker, 51, 150 159, 151, 191 

Wilson, Terry Ace, 62 

Wilson, William Walter, 51 

Windhauser, |ohn W , 253 

Winfree, Charlotte Rose, 62, 150, 151, 253 

Wingo, leffrey Lynn, 51, 199 

Winn, Brenda Sue, 81 

Winters, Connie Sue, 62, 282 

Wiseman, |o Ann, 62, 275 

Wiseman, Linda Sue, 51, 172, 263, 275, 278 

Wiseman, Nancy Leiane, 52 

Wiser. Elizabeth Anita. 81. 268 

Wiser, Dr, I E, 21 

Wiser, Leighton Clyde, 62 

Wiser, Robert Andrew, 52 

Witherow, lames Douglas, 215 

Withers, Shirley Tindall, 62 

Witt, Mary Claire Cooney, 52 

Witt, Wanda Lucretia, 278 

Wofford, Carey Alan, 81 

Wolfe, Armer, Buster, |r , 71 

Womack, Lynn Ann, 52, 151, 249 

Womack, Nancy Evelyn, 81 

Wood, Dixie Georgeanne, 70 

Wood, Don Goodman, 52 

Wood, lames Michael. 196 

Wood, limmy Dotson, 81 

Wood, lohn Roy. 52, 205 

Wood, Kathy Anne, 81 

Wood, Linda Carole, 161, 177, 187 

Wood, Theresa lane, 52 

Wood, Walter Wheeler, 62, 255 

Woodcock, Debra Ann, 70 

Woodham, Tressa Ann, 81 

Woodroof, Billie Camille, 81 

Woods, Barbara Anne, 52, 151, 175, 177, 253 

Woods, lames Michael, 70 

Woodson, lames William, Ir , 70 

Woodward, Michael Wayne, 81 

Woody, Martha lean. 52 

Woody, Roger Fay, 192 

Woody, Ronald Paul, 52 

Woolen, Helen Young, 62 

Woolen, Margaret, 62. 161, 172. 263 



Word. Virginia Katherine. 62 

Worden, Linda Anne, 52, 150 177, 278 

Work, Patrick Lovell, 81 

Workman, Dorothy lune. 70 

Worley. lohn Curtis. |r , 52 

Worley, Treva Ellen. 70 

Wrenn. Charles Boyd. 52 

Wrenn. Charlotte Maynard, 52 

Wright, Aletha Wells, 52 

Wright, Barbara Ann, 52, 253 

Wright, David Edward, 234 

Wright, Elbert Cecil. III. 226 

Wright, Gary Lee, 204, 268 

Wright, lanet Kay, 52, 183 

Wright, Neil, 21 

Wrighl, Patsy Elaine, 70 

Wright, Paul Ramsey, 52 

Wyatt, David Charles, 22, 227, 228 

WyatI, Marilyn Gail, 70. 159 

Wynn. Reba |oyce. 275 

Wyrick. Donald Lester. 52. 195 

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Yarbrough. Carolyn Potter. 52. 280 

Yarbrough, William Louis, 71, 81, 218 

Yates, Howard Miller, |r , 52 

Yeakey, Raymond Caryle, 81 

York, Clenda, 253 

York, Helen Elaine, 81 

York, Vicki Lynn, 70, 251 

York, Wilma Kay, 52 

Young, Arlene Fitzpatrick, 52, 150, 151, 177 

YOUNG DEMOCRATS, 255 

Young, Douglas Brock, 195 

Young, Harold Lee, 234 

Young, lane Ethel, 70 159, 191, 253 

Young, lams Lynn, 62, 109, 188 

Young, loseph E , 199 

Young, Katie Mclinda, 81 

Young, Linda, 288 

Young, Macy Lee, 52, 263 

YOUNG REPUBLICANS, 265 

Young, Roger Morris, 52 



Zachery, George Harold, 81 

Zachery, Leonard Howard, 279 

Zaunbrecher, Katherine Mar, Zile, Sandra Gunta 

81 

Zimmerman, Pamela Layne, 70, 278 

Zimmerman, Patricia Lynn, 81, 183 

Zimmerman, lohn Christian, 70 

Zino, Suzanne Stephanie, 62 

Zvanut, William Mark, 245 



Few people realize the immense difhculty of 
pulling together a remembrance of a year The 
high-lighls for one person are never the same as 
those of another But. from a pile of paper and a 
lew ideas, here is l%8-69. bound up forever in a 
green cover My greatest appreciation goes to Mr 
Ice Smith, who has more patience wilh MIdlander 
editors and all the problems Ihey cause than any 
other one person Ml thanks too, to Dr Pitlard, 
advisor to the Midlander, and to those members 
of the stall who really came through this year, 
putting up with mv often sketchy direction, hair- 
brained ideas, etc My gratitude also goes to all 
those people at Benson Printing Company, who 
somehow manage to fit all the puzzling pieces 
logflher to come up with the MIDLANDER. 



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